The 31-year-old silver medalist and mother of two says she's proud of her accomplishments in Sochi.
SOCHI, Russia — Noelle Pikus-Pace, of Eagle Mountain, Utah, claimed the silver medal in Friday's Olympic skeleton competition just outside Sochi, Russia. The 31-year-old skeleton racer and mother of two now has an Olympic medal to take into retirement. A prize she said she earned not only for herself but for her family, friends and all those who support her.
Reporter Tim Kelchner sat down with the medal winner in Sochi to discuss her Olympic experience.
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