Monday, February 19, 2018

Bobbing for Beefcake

Well it turns out the U.S. doesn't have the market cornered on bobsled beef. As of press time, Britain's Brad Hall (a 27-year-old, 6-2, 225-pound blondie) and Joel Fearon finished seventh at the halfway point in the two-man "bobsleigh" as their people annoyingly call it. But as hot as Hall is, wait'll you see his 6-4, 235-pound teammate BRUCE TASKER, who wasn't able to compete because he had a minor stroke in the run-up to the Games.

With two-man partner Joel Fearon

Flex appeal

UPDATE: The Great Britain sled, piloted by Brad Hall, finished 12th. Hall and brakeman Joel Fearon headed into Monday's final heats in seventh, but finished with a combined time of 3:18.34 to slip out of the top 10.


jaragon said...

Now that is one winning pair they are Sean Cody ready

martini421 said...

Also, check out Christopher Weber, the brakeman on one of the German pairs. He is also on the 4-man team.