Track Country Length Notes
Altenberg Germany 1,413 m  2012 FIL championship host
Calgary Canada 1,475 m Hosted 1988 Olympics
Cesana Italy 1,435 m 2006 Olympic track for Turin Olympics
Cortina d’Ampezzo Italy 1,350 m Track named after Eugenio Monti
Igls Austria 1,200 m 2012 Winter Youth Olympics host
Königssee Germany 1,306 m 1st permanent artificially cooled track
La Plagne France 1,507 m Host track for 1992 Albertville games
Lake Placid United States 1,455 m ’32, ’80 Olympic host, ’12 IBSF World Championship host
Lillehammer Norway 1,365 m 1994 Olympic host
Nagano Japan 1,360 m Host of 1998 Olympic Games
Oberhof Germany 1,069 m Host of first FIBT World Championships (1931)
Paramonovo Russia 1,600 m First of two new tracks in Russia
Park City United States 1.340 m 2002 Olympic host
Sigulda Latvia 1,200 m Deemed unfit for four-man bobsled
Sochi Russia 1,365 m ’14 Olympic host, ’17 IBSF World Championship host
St. Moritz Switzerland 1,722 m Oldest track in the world
Whistler Canada 1,450 m Built for 2010 Vancouver games
Winterberg Germany 1,330 m 2015 IBSF World Championship host

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