In the final race of her 10-year skeleton career, American slider Noelle Pikus-Pace slid to an impressive fourth-place finish in her long-awaited Olympic debut. Here's a look back at her performance during the 2010 Winter Games.
People travel far and wide to cheer on their country's athletes in the Olympic Winter Games. Take a look at some fans who came out to the Whistler Sliding Centre -- and some who got fully decked out -- to support the skeleton competitors.
When Jon Montgomery, who recently beat Latvian star Martins Dukurs by seven hundredths of a second for Olympic gold at the 2010 Winter Games, isn't honing his skills on the skeleton track, the native Canadian works as an auto auctioneer.
When it comes to barreling down an icy track at nearly 90 mph, some skeleton athletes do it in style. Here's a collection of some of the wackiest and coolest headwear spotted during competition at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games.
U.S. skeleton sliders missed making the podium during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games, but they still showed incredible promise to take charge in the season to come. Stay tuned to Universal Sports for all of your skeleton needs.
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.
In 2002, skeleton returned to the Olympic program for the first time since 1948. Competitors speed down the course face first on a one-person sled.
John Daly went triple gold during this season's Intercontinental Cup. He finished 17th in his Olympic debut in Vancouver.
Canada's Jon Montgomery won skeleton gold in Vancouver on Day 8 of the 2010 Winter Games.