Skeleton

Dukurs triumphs again at skeleton World Cup as South Korean wins historic medal

By Nick Butler

Martins Dukurs, pictured celebrating a silver medal at Sochi 2014, continued his dominant form on the World Cup circuit ©AFP/Getty ImagesLatvia's Martins Dukurs continued his undefeated form on the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton (FIBT) World Cup Series by winning the second round in Calgary.

Yarnold continues Sochi 2014 form by winning season-opening World Cup

By Nick Butler

Lizzie Yarnold continued her Olympic form with victory in the season-opening World Cup ©FIBTGreat Britain's skeleton star Lizzy Yarnold continued her Winter Olympic gold medal winning form by dominating the season opening International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (FIBT) World Cup in Lake Placid.

First British Olympic skeleton champion inducted into University of Bath Hall of Fame

By Nick Butler

Vancouver 2010 Olympic champion Amy Williams has become the first women to be inducted into the University of Bath Sporting Hall of Fame ©davidroperphotographyVancouver 2010 Olympic skeleton champion Amy Williams has become the first female athlete to be inducted into the University of Bath's new Hall of Fame for Sport.

Olympic gold medallist Yarnold looks to inspire next generation of skeleton champions

By Paul Osborne

Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold has visited aspiring Olympians at a Power2Podium trial to offer them motication and advice ©Getty ImagesSochi 2014 gold medallist Lizzy Yarnold has backed her inspiration on the track with a little off it as she visited aspiring Olympians at trials for the talent search initiative Power2Podium.

Defending skeleton champion Montgomery set to miss Sochi 2014

By Nick Butler

Jon Montgomery celebrates his gold medal at the Vancouver 2010 Games ©Getty ImagesDecember 18 - Jon Montgomery, the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic skeleton champion, is unlikely to qualify to defend his title following the first round of selections for the Canadian team for Sochi 2014.

British Skeleton welcomes Talbot as latest sponsor

By Emily Goddard

Talbot is the latest firm to sponsor British Skeleton ©Talbot Underwriting December 11 - British Skeleton today revealed Lloyd's Insurer Talbot Underwriting as its latest sponsor, becoming the national governing body's Official Vehicle Supporter.

Sweet revenge as Pikus-Pace slides to record at Park City

By Nick Butler

Pikus-Pace on the way to victory in the second World Cup of the season on her home track in Utah ©Getty ImagesDecember 6 - American Noelle Pikus-Pace made swift amends for her disqualification last week by winning the second round of the women's skeleton World Cup in Park City.

Yarnold takes controversial World Cup gold after disqualification in Calgary

By Nick Butler

Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold was awarded a controversial gold medal ©Getty ImagesNovember 29 - Britain's Lizzy Yarnold won the women's title at the season opening skeleton World Cup in Calgary, but only after her American rival Noelle Pikus-Pace was disqualified for having an incorrect sled.

British Skeleton launches new cartoon to help it find sponsors

By Paul Osborne

British Skeleton have teamed up with Ignite to create a cartoon explaining The Story of SkeletonOctober 18 - British Skeleton, the governing body for the sport in Britain, has teamed up with sponsors Ignite to create a cartoon explaining "The Story of Skeleton".
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