Sochi Now: Pikus-Pace wins silver in women's skeleton
Noelle Pikus-Pace wins her first Olympic medal, who finished fourth in the skeleton event in Vancouver.
Pikus-Pace and Uhlaender swing by FOX Sports
Noelle Pikus-Pace and Katie Uhlaender stop by to chat with Picabo Street.
Yarnold leads Pikus-Pace midway through skeleton
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) Lizzy Yarnold is halfway to the Olympic gold medal. Noelle Pikus - Pace is right on her heels. What, you expected something else? The World Cup leaders all season are the leaders again halfway through
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a.m.) and 4 (11:15 a.m.): Team USA's John Daly, Matthew Antoine, and Kyle Tress try to replicate Noelle Pikus - Pace 's success. Men's Ski Jumping Individual Large Hill finals (1:35 p.m.): Poland's Kamil Stoch goes
US hoping 7 sliding medals brings more momentum
so odds are the pipeline of available talent won't be dry anytime soon. Skeleton will lose silver medalist Noelle Pikus - Pace , but men's bronze medalist Matt Antoine may stick around, as will Katie Uhlaender, who was fourth in the women
US Olympian, daughter of Ohio ballplayer, healed after father's death
energized for her third Olympics. She'll race on a track where she finished second a year ago behind teammate Noelle Pikus - Pace , a medal favorite in Sochi after missing the podium by one-tenth of a second in 2010. "She's in a way better
Yarnold wins skeleton gold; Pikus-Pace gets silver
atop her sport, probably for years to come. Her four-run time was 0.97 seconds faster than silver medalist Noelle Pikus - Pace of Eagle Mountain, Utah, who entered retirement by exorcising the memory of letting a medal slip away in Vancouver