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Spoiler Alert: U.S. Competitor Takes Home A Medal In The Men's Skeleton

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An American athlete at the Winter Olympic Games has taken home a medal in the Men's Skeleton competition. It's the first skeleton medal for an American man since Jimmy Shea's gold in 2002. Check out all the highlights here: http://tinyurl.com/mr2twfd




the first skeleton medal for an American man since Jimmy Shea's gold in 2002. - See more at: http://www.nbcolympics.com/khq/news/russias-tretiyakov-wins-mens-skeleton-gold-matt-antoine-takes-bronze#sthash.IJDQ3VvH.dpuf
the first skeleton medal for an American man since Jimmy Shea's gold in 2002. - See more at: http://www.nbcolympics.com/khq/news/russias-tretiyakov-wins-mens-skeleton-gold-matt-antoine-takes-bronze#sthash.IJDQ3VvH.dpuf
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