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Where in the world is USA Bobsled & Skeleton
December 1, 2017

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The USA Bobsled & Skeleton team is taking time to prepare for the fourth World Cup race of the season in Winterberg, Germany next weekend after competing in Whistler, Canada this past weekend.

The team has compiled 10 medals so far this season.

For the women, pilot Jamie Greubel Poser, is ranked 2nd overall with two medals, a gold in Park City with Lauren Gibbs and a silver in Whistler with Aja Avans. Elana Meyers Taylor is ranked 3rd with three medals, a silver in Lake Placid with Lauren Gibbs, a bronze in Park City with Lolo Jones and another bronze in Whistler with Kehri Jones. Brittany Reinbolt is ranked 7th.

In the two-man bobsled, pilot Nick Cunningham is ranked 4th with one medal, a silver in Lake Placid with Ryan Bailey. Codie Bascue is 6th with two medals, a gold in Lake Placid with Sam McGuffie and a bronze in Lake Placid with Carlo Valdes. Justin Olsen is 13th with one medal, a bronze in Lake Placid with Evan Weinstock.

In the four-man bobsled, Codie Bascue is 5th with one medal, a silver in Park City with Nathan Weber, Carlo Valdes and Sam McGuffie. Nick Cunningham is 19th, and Justin Olsen is 24th.

In men's skeleton, Matt Antoine is ranked 7th while Greg West is 21st and John Daley is 23rd.

In women's skeleton, Katie Uhlaender is ranked 7th while Kendall Wesenberg is 14th and Savannah Graybill is 16th.

In Winterberg next week, the men's and women's skeleton races will be on Dec. 8. The women's and two-man bobsled will be on Dec. 9, and the four-man bobsled will be on Dec. 10.

USA Bobsled & Skeleton headquarters is located in Lake Placid.

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