Definition Of Labyrinth
1. The labyrinth refers to one of the most demanding sections in the bobsled, luge and skeleton tracks. This part of the track is where there are three to four curves in sequence without a straight line in between the turns. The ice track in Königssee is known as one of the world’s most difficult labyrinths.
Examples Of Labyrinth
1. The pilot will have their work cut out for them, as the sled now heads into the curvy labyrinth that has already claimed a few crashes during the tournament.
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