The World Cup is the premier circuit on the IBSF calendar. It features eight races across three continents with overall champions crowned at the end of the campaign.
A global showpiece, the World Championships take place once a year, except in Olympic years, and is the highlight of the sliding calendar.
The Europa Cup circuit features eight races for both bobsleigh and skeleton, although not always at the same time or the same venue. For Bobsleigh, it sits as the circuit below World Cup competition and provides a good breeding ground for those hoping to make it to the very top.
The Europa Cup circuit features eight races for both bobsleigh and skeleton, although not always at the same time or the same venue. For skeleton, the removal of the Intercontinental Cup this season means that the Europa Cup circuit now sits directly below World Cup competition in terms of stature.
The North American Cup circuit features eight bobsleigh and skeleton races across three venues in Canada and the United States of America.
The Junior World Championships is an annual bobsleigh and skeleton competition for athletes under the age of 20 and 23.
The Para Bobsleigh World Cup circuit is an eight-race competition across four European host nations this season.
The Para Bobsleigh World Championships is the pinnacle of the Para Sport calendar.