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Kristan Bromley

DOB: 07.03.72
Lives: Lansdown
Occupation: Design engineer/researcher
Previous Olympics: None

Skeleton Bob - men's team

Kristan Bromley is famous on two counts.

Not only is he a leading light in his sport, but he also designed the skeleton sled used by the British team - for which he won a national design award.

The 29-year-old got involved in the sport as part of a research project carried out by his employer, British Aerospace, six years ago.

Bromley's medal chances at Salt Lake City disappeared in the first run when he took the wrong line down the track and ploughed through settled snow.

A better second run pulled him up to 13th overall.



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