Arana-Barradas, Louis A.; Cheung, Lance
February 2002
Airman;Feb2002, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p38
Features the members of the U.S. skeleton racing team and their participation at the 2002 Winter Olympics. Features of the sled and equipment used by athletes Trevor Christie, Felicia Canfield and Brady Canfield; Discussion on the training of the athletes; Speculation on the chances of the team at the Olympics.


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