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Skeleton athlete Laura Deas from Great Britain during the start of a race

Taster sessions for both sports from final weekend of May

Bath (RWH) The federation British Bobsleigh & Skeleton Association (BBSA) brings the sports Taster Sessions back to the calendar from the last weekend in May - in accordance with the country’s COVID19-roadmap.

Everyone interested can try and feel both sports, with world-class coaching from current GB athletes, who will show the tricks of the trade, pass on tips and advice to improve technique and answer all questions on the sport

These sessions take place at the unique push track at the University of Bath, the only track of its kind in the country

Sessions are open for everyone, no experience of the sports is required

The adult sessions (bobsleigh and skeleton) are for those aged 16 and above with no age limit – the BBSA tells the story of an 84-year-old member enjoying a bobsleigh session in recent years. Junior Skeleton sessions are open to kids between 12 and 15 years of age.

In the BBSA press release - Give it a go - BBSA (thebbsa.co.uk) - there are dates, times and prices of the sessions and all further info to registration.  ©RWH2021

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