Countdown to Sochi: Skeleton racer Noelle Pikus-Pace

02/01/2014

Germany Skeleton World CupSkeleton is among the fastest sports in the Olympic Winter Games and that also means the margins between winning a medal and going home empty-handed are very, very small.

American Noelle Pikus-Pace knows that all too well, having finished fourth in the women’s skeleton competition four years ago in Vancouver by a tenth of a second. After the 2010 Games, Pikus-Pace announced her retirement from the sport, but after a change of heart, she’ll travel to Sochi hoping to earn the medal that eluded her in Western Canada.

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