Humphries again finds new life on bobsled track

Updated: January 15, 2013, 3:49 PM ET
By Jim Caple

Kaillie Humphries marched in the opening ceremonies at the 2006 Torino Olympics, and though those ceremonies included listening to Yoko Ono "sing," she nonetheless was proud and excited to represent her country. Officially, Humphries was an alternate on the Canadian women's bobsled team, but she was so confident with her recent times, she assumed she would be chosen to be the brakewoman on the No. 2 sled.

Following the ceremonies, she and the rest of the ...

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