Skeleton -- like other outdoor winter sports such as skiing, bobsled and luge -- doesn't have a stadium or arena so much as they have a track. Spectators can line up along the track (at a safe distance, of course) and watch their favorite athletes as they speed by.
You use your skeleton in anything you do. Your skeleton holds you up but the only thing it does in a sport is move with your muscles. In other words, your muscle is the major contribution in any sport you do.
Skeleton is an Olympic sport similar to bobsleigh. It is on the same tracks as the bobsleigh and luge. love, hannnananana
A skeleton sled.
its a sport called skeleton.
an Olympic sport=the skeleton
yes In 1926, it was declared an official Olympic sport. Skeleton is another name for tobogganing.
In the olympics. You can't play skeleton if your not an expert. If you want to play skeleton, you have to have a slide just for skeleton.
The winter sport skeleton sled goes up to 130 km. This sport involves speeding down the track head first.