2. When was skeleton last competed at an Olympics?
3. How do skeleton athletes travel down the track?
Head-first on their stomachs
Head-first on their backs
Feet-first on their stomachs
Feet-first on their backs
4. How many runs are there in the Olympic competition?
5. Skeleton was first competed in organized races in the 1880s in St. Moritz, Switzerland. What did the winner receive?
6. What are the runners on the sled made out of?
Austenitic stainless steel
7. What is the distance between the slider's face and the ice?
8. How do sliders steer the sled?
They don't steer
9. What is unique about a slider's shoes?
Don't wear shoes
10. What part of the slider's equipment must be break and splinter proof?