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Final women’s skeleton: Pikus-Pace wins silver

 


Noelle Pikus-Pace during her third skeleton run Friday. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Entering the fourth and final run of women’s skeleton, the United States’ Noelle Pikus-Pace stood second and Katie Uhlaender stood fifth.

Barry Svrluga sends the following updates from the mixed zone near the finish:

 

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Barry Svrluga is the national baseball writer for The Washington Post.
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