Americans fall short in World Cup skeleton openers POSTED: Nov 12, 2:20p ET | UPDATED: Feb 6, 6:05p ET Latvia's Martins Dukurs won the men's World Cup start to this Olympic season, finishing in 1 minute, 39.75 seconds on the 2002 Salt Lake City Games track. In the women's race, which was cut to one run because of heavy snow, Germany's Anja Huber prevailed by 0.14 seconds over Canada's Amy Gough.
Uhlaender speaks out on Vancouver track access POSTED: Oct 27, 10:40a ET | UPDATED: Feb 4, 4:55p ET American skeleton racer Katie Uhlaender became the latest athlete to complain about the access organizers of the Vancouver Games are
granting to their Olympic venues.
Olympic training to begin for U.S. skeleton, bobsled POSTED: Oct 26, 9:32a ET | UPDATED: Feb 6, 6:05p ET The new U.S. World Cup teams headed to western Canada on Sunday for two weeks of training on the track that will be used for the Vancouver Olympics this February.
Lund makes World Cup sliding team POSTED: Oct 26, 11:01a ET | UPDATED: Feb 6, 6:05p ET Zach Lund took a big step toward finally competing in the Olympics by
qualifying for the United States' World Cup skeleton team on Saturday
at Park City, Utah.
The U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton Federation has awarded a spot on this season's
World Cup team to Uhlaender, who is still recovering from a shattered
left kneecap that's needed three surgeries in the past six months.
Uhlaender to miss U.S. team trials POSTED: Oct 15, 12:45p ET | UPDATED: Feb 15, 1:13a ET Former World Cup skeleton champion Katie
Uhlaender will not compete in the U.S. national team trials that
begin Wednesday morning in Lake Placid, N.Y.