After missing the Torino Games due a freak bobsled accident, Pikus-Pace became the first U.S. woman to win a skeleton world title and a first-time mother.
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The U.S. Olympic skeleton team was finalized after the completion of seventh World Cup race of the 2009-10 season. Athletes earned berths based on the results of international races through Jan. 17.
After overcoming injury, the Colorado native raced to 11th place in her second Winter Games.
After missing the Torino Games because of last-minute doping suspension, Zach Lund led the U.S. men in fifth in Vancouver.