Katie Uhlaender wins gold by .01
PARK CITY, Utah -- Katie Uhlaender was a bundle of nerves as she stood in the finish area at Friday's World Cup skeleton race, waiting for one final challenger to cross the line.
"It was like watching a scary movie and not wanting to really look," said Uhlaender, the reigning world champion.
When she did, she almost couldn't believe her eyes.
She had won gold, edging Britain's Elizabeth Yarnold by one-hundredth of a second, her combined times in two heats down the 15-curve course ...
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