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Keslie Tomlinson

Bobsled and Skeleton

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Height: 5'7''  Weight: 145 lbs  

Keslie Tomlinson discovered the sport of skeleton while working at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tomlinson became enamored with the sport, trying out for the team the following year during the 2002-2003 season. Tomlinson made the National Team in 2004, and made her World Championship debut during the 2007-2008 season, placing 13th.  Tomlinson has raced in two World Cups in the 2008-2009 season.  She placed 16th at the 2009 World Championships.

ABOUT ME:
Keslie graduated from Denison University in 2003 with a BA in Physical Education-Sports Management. Keslie is currently enrolled at Northwestern University, where she is pursuing a Master's degree in Sports Administration.


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 14th overall at 2009-2010 America's Cup
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    4th in Lake Placid #1 (12/09), BRONZE in Lake Placid #2 (12/09)
  • 10th overall at 2009-2010 Intercontnental Cup
    -15th in Winterberg #1 (11/09), 16th in Winterberg #2 (11/09), 11th in Konigssee (12/09), 13th in Cesana (12/09),
  • 2008-2009 World Cup
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    8th in Whistler (2/09), 11th in Park City (2/09)
    -16th at World Championship in Lake Placid (2/09)
  • 7th overall in 2008-2009 America's Cup
    -5th in Park City #1 (10/08), BRONZE in Park City #2 (10/08), 5th in Lake Placid #1 (11/08), BRONZE in Lake Placid #2 (11/08)
  • 10th overall in 2008-2009 Intercontinental Cup
    -SILVER in Calgary (12/08), 10th Park City #1 (12/08), 11th in Park City #1 (12/08), 6th in Lake Placid (12/08), 9th in Cesana #1 (1/09), 14th in Cesana #2 (1/09)
  • 26th overall in 2007-2008 World Cup                                                                                                     -11th at Winterberg (2/08)                                                                                                                         -13th at World Championships in Altenberg, Germany.