Learning to let go: Savannah Graybill's second chance at an Olympic dream
April 20, 2016
After chasing an Olympic field hockey dream for most of her life, Savannah Graybill had to switch sports twice to find her Olympic calling.
Team USA claims unprecedented 92 medals in 2015-16
April 08, 2016
Team USA not only slid its way to nearly 100 medals in the 2015-16 season, but athletes also capitalized on several opportunities to pave the way in their respective disciplines.
Katie Eberling keeps driving toward Olympic bobsled dream
April 05, 2016
Katie Eberling almost gave up after missing a spot on the 2014 Olympic team. Instead, she adjusted her approach. From The Chicago Tribune.
Breaking New Ground: Skeleton athlete Caitlin Stuetz trains her 86-year-old grandmother to race against men
April 01, 2016
In April, skeleton athlete Caitlin Stuetz found herself on the track at the Penn Relays, in a stadium packed with 50,000 screaming fans, watching as her grandmother, Betty Leander, competed in the 100-meter dash. The 85-year-old Leander was the first-ever woman to run in the 75+ age group, her bright pink t-shirt standing out against the yellow sea of her male competition. She crossed the finish line in 31.27 seconds.
O'Shea and Antoine win USA Skeleton National Championship titles
March 25, 2016
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (March 25, 2016)- Annie O’Shea (Port Jefferson Station, N.Y.) and Matt Antoine (Prairie du Chien, Wis.) were victorious in the 2015-2016 season finale, winning their respective USA Skeleton National Championships titles at Mount Van Hoevenberg today.
O'Shea and Antoine lead USA Skeleton National Championships after day one
March 24, 2016
Annie O’Shea (Port Jefferson Station, N.Y.) and Matt Antoine (Prairie du Chien, Wis.) hold the lead in their respective fields after the first day of USA Skeleton National Championships at Mount Van Hoevenberg today.
Eierdam wins first ever Para-skeleton World Championship title for Team USA
March 20, 2016
Para-skeleton World Cup champion Eric Eierdam (Las Vegas, Nev.) won the first-ever Para-skeleton World Championship title on the 2002 Olympic track in Park City, Utah.
Team USA collects 11 medals and three North American Cup titles in tour finale
March 18, 2016
The final medal tally for Team USA on the North American Cup circuit is 45, and USA Bobsled & Skeleton athletes claimed the overall title in three of the five disciplines.
Bascue and Greubel Poser capture USA Bobsled National Championship titles; Team USA collects eight medals in women’s and men’s two-man bobsled North American Cup finale
March 14, 2016
Jamie Greubel Poser (Newtown, Pa.) and Codie Bascue (Whitehall, N.Y.) teamed with Lauren Gibbs (Los Angeles, Calif.) and David Cremin (Annondale, Va.), respectively, to capture the 2016 USA Bobsled National Championship titles in Lake Placid, N.Y. today.
Final weeks of competitive season packed with first-ever Para World Championships, North American Cup finale and USA National Championships
March 11, 2016
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (March 11, 2016)- The Park City, Utah and Lake Placid, N.Y. tracks will be packed with action for the final two weeks of the 2015-2016 competitive season. The first-ever Para-bobsled and Para-skeleton World Championships will be held on the 2002 Olympic track in Park City from March 18-19, when 20 athletes from over nine countries will compete for the inaugural title. Action in Lake Placid kicks off this weekend with the North American Cup finale and USA National Championships.