Face down, head first, racing down the slope at speeds of up to 140 km/h. The difference between success and failure is determined in fractions of seconds. A synergy of advanced technology and masterful control of the sport.

up to 140 KM/h

8x top 6 22/23

10 team members

Skeleton has evolved into one of the most captivating winter sports, with breathtaking descents and sharp turns that make hearts race.

In 2022, Kimberley Bos achieved a historic feat at the Olympic Winter Games by winning a bronze medal. Never before had the Netherlands won a medal in this discipline. In 2023, Kimberley even secured a silver medal at the World Championship in St. Moritz.

Her determination, passion, and success subsequently inspired many young athletes who are now on their way to the 2026 Olympic Winter Games. The team is more motivated than ever to continue training, innovating, and dreaming of more medals.

Do you think you have the physical and mental strength to race at high speeds through the most challenging tracks? Take the test and discover if you have the potential to participate in the next Olympic success.

sportswap with kimberley bos

Skeleton athlete Kimberley Bos swaps sports with skateboarder Candy Jacobs.

some of the skeleton team members

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