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Skeleton - Weather only concern for a
Lizzy Yarnold's only concern after a fine start to the skeleton World Cup season appears to be the weather with silver added to gold at the second leg in Park City.
Lindsay Vonn returns to racing
Thrilled as she was to be racing again, Lindsey Vonn began Friday hoping for a victory, no matter how unrealistic that might have been 10 months after major knee surgery and less than three weeks after partially re-tearing a ligament.
Canada's Sarah Reid wins skeleton bronze
Canada's Sarah Reid picked up a bronze medal finish in a skeleton World Cup event in Park City, Utah on Friday.
The Miami Herald
Pikus-Pace dominant in World Cup skeleton win
Noelle Pikus-Pace of the United States set a pair of track records Friday on the way to winning the gold medal at the second World Cup skeleton race of the season.
Salt Lake Tribune
Winter sports: Steven Holcomb returns to home track riding high
The Olympic champion bobsledder from Park City heads into a World Cup meet in his hometown this weekend coming off victories in both two-man and four-man in the season-opening races in Calgary - each in a different new sled whose construction, delivery and quality were a source of anxiety for months following a disappointing finish to last season.
Skeleton - Yarnold and Parsons claim a
Lizzy Yarnold settled for silver while British team-mate Dominic Parsons took a shock bronze in the opening skeleton World Cup race in Calgary.
Sarah Reid on to Sochi thanks to disqualification
Sarah Reid of Canada competes in the World Cup women's skeleton race on Friday in Calgary.
Pikus-Pace, Dukurs win World Cup openers
Pikus-Pace, a favorite for the Olympic win at the Sochi Games this winter, finished two runs Saturday in 1 minute, 54.88 seconds.
Salt Lake Tribune
Winter sports: Steve Holcomb, Noelle Pikus-Pace open up seasons this weekend
Steven Holcomb, Noelle Pikus-Pace and several other of Utah's top gold medal prospects for the 2014 Sochi Olympics in Russia are opening their competitive seasons this weekend, with only 21/2 months until the opening ceremony.
Lindsey Vonn Reportedly Suffers Partially Torn ACL in Crash
Lindsey Vonn just can't catch a break. The star skier has reportedly partially torn the ACL in her right knee.