Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Cup

Coupe du monde du bobsleigh La Plagne
Coupe du monde de bobsleigh à La Plagne
Coupe du monde de bobsleigh équipe
Coupe du monde de bobsleigh préparation La Plagne

Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Cup, January 10th, 11th & 12th, 2020

La Plagne’s bobsleigh and skeleton track, its heritage from the Albertville Olympic Games in 1992, has lost none of its panache. More active than ever, this winter it will be hosting a stage of the Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Cup on January 10, 11 & 12, 2020. The 19 bends of this technical track will be the theatre for a battle where every millisecond counts.

Coupe du monde de bobsleigh piste olympique

Encourage the French team

Playing “at home”, the French athletes know every inch of the La Plagne track. Some have been training there since they were kids. We have total faith in their ability and will be there to cheer them on! There will be at least one French competitor in every discipline: skeleton, 2-person bobsleigh & 4-person bobsleigh.
Romain Heinrich Bobsleigh
Romain Heinrich athlète La Plagne

Romain Heinrich, pilot for the French team:

“The team and I are both excited and a little nervous about the stage in La Plagne. We would love to win a medal on our home track, where we trained and became top-level athletes. I think it will be a great celebration of the sport, with all our friends and family at the track!”
Bobraft à la piste de bobsleigh de La Plagne
Speed Luge à la piste de bobsleigh de La Plagne
Descente en Bobsleigh à La Plagne
Piste Olympique de bobsleigh La Plagne

Racing down like an Olympic athlete

Did you know that holidaymakers can try a descent on La Plagne’s Olympic bobsleigh track all through the winter at the end of the afternoon, after the sports training has finished? There is a choice of three descents for the general public: bob raft, speed luge or bob racing. Three machines that allow you to walk (slide) in the athletes’ footsteps; there’s no pretence either, you start right from the top of the track…three, two, one…GO!