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УЧИТЕЛЬ : Ковалева Ирина Геннадьевна Презентацию подготовила Кучман Юлия Ученица 10 А класса МБОУ СОШ 1 ст. Брюховецкая
What is a skeleton? Skeleton - a winter Olympic sport representing the descent of the ice chute at polozevyh two sleigh on a reinforced frame, the winner is determined by the sum of two or four races.
THE HISTORY OF THE SKELETON: Skeleton is the progenitor of the descent from the mountains to the toboggan, common among Canadian Indians. In the literature it is referred to the emergence of the XVI century. Information about sports luge date from the mid XIX century, when the British tourists in the Swiss Alps began to go down on a sled on snow- covered slopes.
top: The first sled-skeleton were constructed in 1882 in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Competition on the descent from the mountains to the skeleton were held in the Cross-run near St. Moritz. Initially, the competition was attended only by men.
First participation in the Olympic Games Second Olympic medals in the competition's skeleton athletes competed 20 years later - in 1948, and again in St. Moritz - the V Winter's skeleton competitions were included in the II Olympic Winter Games, held in St. Moritz in The first Olympic champion in the sport became Jennison Heaton, United States. Silver medal winner younger brother - John Heaton, United States, and bronze - David Earl Northesk office in the UK. Olympics, the fact that it was in St. Moritz has a unique route for skeleton.
Russian skeletonisty on the world stage: Russian athletes for the first time took part in the competition's skeleton at the 1994 World Cup in Innsbruck and St. Moritz - S. Safronov (Moscow) and Gerasimov (Moscow), and the World Championships in Altenberg. Best result in Altenberg - S. Safronov (18th place). In 2001, the Russians have shown striking results in major international tournaments. In 2002, the women's team favourite Ekaterina Mironova took 7 th place at the Olympics in Salt Lake City, and in 2003 he won a silver medal at the World Championships in skeleton and set a new course record for overclocking. Medal in the sport, Russian athletes won the first time. In 2010, the XXI Olympic Games in Vancouver skeletonist Russian Alexander Tretyakov wins bronze medal and became the first winner at such competitions among our countrymen.
Russian star Skeleton: Alexander Tretyakov (born 19 April 1985 in Krasnoyarsk, USSR) - Russian skeletonist. Champion of the 2008 World Junior Championships, the first in the history of Russia World Cup winner 2008/2009, a bronze medalist in the World 2009, World Championship silver medalist in 2011, Champion and European Championship bronze medalist, bronze medalist of the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, champion of Russia.
Russian star Skeleton: Elena V. Yudin (April 22, 1988, Voronezh) - Russian skeletonistka, master of sports of international class. Student at the Voronezh State University of Architecture and Construction. Winner and winner of the European Cup skeleton. Bronze medalist at the World Junior Championship (2009, 2011). The winner (2011) and silver medalist (2009) Russian Championship.
Sochi 2014: Schneider's coaching career is more successful. At two Olympics his students won four medals in 1996 in Turin, Duff Gibson and Jeff Pain took the first two places in the men's competition, and Melly Hollingsworth-Richards became the third female in the tournament, and in 2010 at the home track in Vancouver, Jon Montgomery won gold. In addition, these athletes at the World Championships and World Cups won dozens of prizes. Head coach of Russia's skeleton- Willi Schneider