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World bobsled champ Elana Meyers Taylor: “I’ve crashed more times than I can count”

American Olympic women's bobsled ace Elana Meyers Taylor (Photo: Dietmar Reker via Wikipedia)

PALM DESERT, November 1, 2017 – Being World Champion doesn’t mean you have all the answers. Elana Meyers Taylor, who won the 2017 world women’s bobsleigh title with brakeman Kehri Jones for the U.S., is constantly thinking of new ways to go a little faster.

She thinks she probably thinks too much. That and much more in an entertaining insight into what world-class bobsleigh is about in our Lane One commentary, plus:

= p. 6/Alpine Skiing: American superstar Bode Miller retires, will join NBC in Korea;
= p. 6/Athletics: World-record holder Wayde van Niekerk rips ACL and has surgery;
= p. 7/Athletics: British star Mo Farah leaves Nike Oregon Project for a British coach;
= p. 9/Fencing: U.S. Foil star Lee Kiefer faces stiff challenge in second World Cup;
= p. 10/Wrestling: 20th Dave Schultz Memorial Invitational starts new-look wrestling season.

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