USA claims gold and double silver in Park City World Cup.
Antoine and Tress started the weekend of World Cup racing in St. Moritz with 3-5 finishes in men's skeleton.
St. Moritz has been a favorite track for Team USA, and the athletes have high hopes for medal performances.
Savannah Graybill posted two eighth place finishes to lead Team USA in Whistler.
Team USA struggled in four-man, finishing 7th, 13th and 16th in Winterberg.
The U.S. women's bobsled team started the second half with second, fourth and ninth place finishes.
Pikus-Pace claims silver in Winterberg's World Cup.
Cunningham leads the U.S. with a 12th place finish; Holcomb crashes and finishes 20th
Butner and Berkeley started second half where they left off first half: with a bronze medal.
The men's skeleton team started the second half of the World Cup season strong with 4-5 finishes in Winterberg.
Athletes kick off 2014 with World Cup racing in Winterberg, Germany.
"Losing gets far too little attention, but it is probably the single most important tool for learning how to win."
Once Noelle Pikus-Pace chose her own version of the Mommy track, it’s been full speed ahead ever since.
Katie Uhlaender discusses her comeback in this Team USA blog post.
Bausch leads the U.S. skeleton team with an eighth place finish in Winterberg.