Sarah Reid edges world champ
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Katie Uhlaender's best wasn't good enough when it counted most.
Despite posting the fastest time in the final heat of the women's World Cup skeleton race Friday, the reigning world champion of the United States couldn't overcome her mistake-filled first run and finished fifth in the season opener.
"I'm disappointed, but I'm hungry. I don't know why, but yesterday it just didn't feel like World Cup had started yet," Uhlaender said. "This three-heat format has thrown ...
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