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Photos: IBSF
Lillehammer (RWH) Australian Breeana Walker made sports history in Lillehammer (NOR) as winner of the first ever races in the coming Olympic discipline Women’s Monobob.

Following a training week with coaches and sleds provided by the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation IBSF, twelve rookie bobsleigh pilots from seven nations competed in Lillehammer Olympic Sliding Center on November 4-5.

Breeana Walker won the first race with an advantade of 0.51 seconds ahead of Margot Boch from France. Karlien Sleper (NED, 1.01 seconds back) finished third.

In the second Lillehammer race, winner Breeana Walker banned Karlien Sleper (0.38 seconds back) and Margot Boch (0.60 seconds back) to rank two and three, respectively.

The next IBSF Women’s Monobob training and race event is scheduled for November 13-19 in Park City (USA).

In July 2018, the International Olympic Committee IOC decided to include Women's Monobob in the Olympic program. The Monobob women will make their first Olympic appearance at the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing (CHN). ©RWH2018

Photos: IBSF

Results Race 1 Lillehammer

Results Race 2 Lillehammer

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