Pikus-Pace and Uhlaender finished 1-2 in the women’s skeleton 2014 Olympic test event this morning.
Fenlator and Evans moved up one spot in the women’s bobsled final heat to claim bronze in the Igls World Cup race.
Women’s skeleton competitor Pikus-Pace followed up her win last week with a silver medal performance in Igls, Austria this morning.
The World Cup tour makes its eighth stop at the Olympic Sliding Centre in Igls, Austria from Jan. 18-20.
Graybill finished fourth and sixth in her first attempt at mastering the Igls track.
Holcomb teamed with Tomasevicz, Langton and Fogt for two solid runs, but speed was elusive for USA-1.
Husband and wife duo Stewart and Gabryszak lead U.S. team with performances in Altenberg.
USA-1's podium streak ended in Koenigssee today.
Pikus-Pace is en route to making history again with the potential of winning the first-ever Triple Trophy.
Meyers nabs her fifth start record of the season with Evans in Koenigssee.
Tomasevicz will serve another four years as the USOC AAC rep.
Bobsled and skeleton World Cup action continues in Germany with the seventh race of the series in the Berchtesgaden Alps of Koenigssee.
Brad Stewart led the team on the grueling Altenberg track today.
WIDIA, the world’s premiere manufacturer of metalcutting products, and their trusted partners Fastenal and Hi-Speed Corp. have joined the team as sponsors.