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by Abby Slenker

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (May 30, 2023) - USA Bobsled Skeleton (USABS) announced today the launch of, the organization’s primary merchandise marketplace to engage with fans, promote bobsled and skeleton and cheer on the USA team through officially branded USABS products.

The site offers a wide variety of items, ranging from outwear pieces such as hats, jackets, hoodies and vests to fun accessories such as the ever-popular cowbell designed for fans at bobsled and skeleton races wanting to cheer on USABS without freezing their hands by clapping. 

Adding to the store’s variety, every product offered provides customers with the option of what logo they would like featured - the classic USA Bobsled/Skeleton logo, the USA Bobsled logo, the USA Skeleton logo, the USA Parabob logo, and lastly the USABS Alumni logo.

“We get asked all the time about where people can get USA Bobsled/Skeleton gear to show their support of the athletes. We are excited to offer a selection of apparel that connects parents, friends and fans to the team” shared Aron McGuire, CEO of USABS. 

The USABS online store will help to further expand USABS’ reach and services to its athletes. As an organization that is dependent on sponsors or donors, this additional source of revenue will help USABS in its continued mission to support USA athletes and promote the sports.


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