The USA Bobsled & Skeleton Combine Test must be conducted as follows:

Sprints: All sprints should be conducted on a track surface and must be measured by a laser timing system. To start, athletes must have at least one foot within one meter of the first timing eye. One foot in and one out of the meter box. No rocking back and rolling forward will be allowed. The first timing eye should be 15 inches off the ground while the rest of the timing eyes should be set up at least 36 inches from the ground. Times will be for 0-15, 0-30, 0-45, and 15-45 (30m split).

Broad Jump: Standing with toes on the line jump into pit. It is the distance from the edge of the board (line) closest to the sand pit, to the farthest back mark in the sand.

Shot Toss: Shots (not a medicine ball) must be thrown forward and underhand with two hands. Distance is measured from a consistent take-off point to the nearest tenth of a meter. Athletes may fall forward and cross the take-off point only after they have released the shot. Men will throw a 16lb shot. Women will throw a 12lb shot.

Additional testing will take place at invite only National Team camps. Athletes should be prepared to do 1-3 repetitions at maximum weight in the power clean and back squat. Other Olympic lifts may also be tested. 

The Combine Test Protocol can be downloaded by clicking here.

The women's USABS Combine Test points table can be downloaded here.
Max points in the women's test are given for the following times and distances: 2.20 seconds in 15-meters, 3.85 seconds in 30-meters, 5.60 seconds in 45-meters, 3.40 seconds in 30-meter fly, 1.85-meters in broad jump, 15-meters in shot toss.

The men's USABS Combine Test points table can be downloaded here.
Max points in the men's test are given for the following times and distances: 2.05 seconds in 15-meters, 3.55 seconds in 30-meters, 5.10 seconds in 45-meters, 2.90 seconds in 30-meter fly, 2.21-meters in broad jump, 18-meters in shot toss.