The FIBT World Championships 1967 took place in Alpe d'Huez, France for the second time, having hosted the event previously in 1951. The Four-man bobsleigh event was cancelled for the second consecutive year though the cause this time was due to high temperatures that caused the ice on the track to melt rather than a competitor's death as had happened in the previous championship. This was the test event for the bobsleigh events for the Winter Olympics that would take place the following year in neighboring Grenoble.
Two man bobsleighEdit
|Gold||Austria (Erwin Thaler, Reinhold Dumthaler)|
|Silver||Italy (Nevio De Zordo, Edoardo de Martin)|
|Bronze||United States (Howard Clifton, James Crall)|
Four man bobsleighEdit
The event was cancelled to warm temperatures on the track, causing the ice to melt.
|3||United States (USA)||0||0||1||1|
|Totals (3 nations)||1||1||1||3|