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Canadian bobsled team dealing with coronavirus issues

Canadian bobsled team dealing with coronavirus issues

TIM REYNOLDS, AP Sports Writer
Created: December 30, 2021 10:00 AM

The Canadian bobsled team is dealing with a coronavirus problem, announcing Wednesday that 10 sliders and three staff members have been placed into health and safety protocols.

That announcement came two days before the start of a World Cup sliding weekend in Sigulda, Latvia.

Only two Canadian sleds — one driven by Justin Kripps, the other by Christine de Bruin — have been part of training runs this week leading into that World Cup, based on results distributed by the International Bobsled and Skeleton Federation.

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TIM REYNOLDS, AP Sports Writer

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