At the Winter Olympics, More woe in hunt of Team GB for a medal as bobsleigh duo of Brad Hall and from six against Switzerland Nick Gleeson falter – but Bruce Mouat’s curling team take the fifth win
- There was hope for Great Britain medal breakthrough might come in the bobsleigh
- As strong in Beijing, Brad Hall and Nick Gleeson were viewed medal hopes out
- After the first two, they were 11th of four runs, 1.3 seconds off the pace
- For the GB men’s, there was a brighter outlook curling team at the Winter Games
- In the Freeski slopestyle final, Kirsty Muir and Katie Summerhayes will contest
It is slow going, the two-man bobsleigh of Brad Hall and Nick Gleeson is finding in the land of the rich.
There was a hope that the medal of Team Great Britain’s breakthrough might come from the unfunded pair, one of the two-man events, but cold realities bit hard on the day.
After the first two of four runs, they were 11th, 1.3 seconds off the pace set by Hall stated: ‘It hasn’t been the perfect day. On both runs, we have had a couple of mistakes; and that’s unfortunate.