• Labyrinth: A twisty section of the track with no straight section between the series of left and right curves.
• Paddling: When a slider uses spiked gloves to accelerate at the beginning of the race.
• Crank: Using extra pressure to steer the sled.
• Sturz: Crash (German).
Program: Olympic Magazine
Broadcast Date: Feb. 15, 1988
Host: Mark Lee, Liz Palmer
Reporter: Eric Dwyer
Photo: Douglas C. Pizac/Associated Press
Last updated: February 14, 2014
Page consulted on February 14, 2014
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