SOCHI, Russia - The women’s Olympic bobsled competition began Tuesday with each team completing two runs.
Each team will do two more runs on Wednesday, and then medals will be awarded.
Rochester-native Lauryn Williams, who is the brakeman in USA-1 piloted by Elana Meyers, is seeking to become just the second athlete to win a gold medal in the Summer and Winter Olympics.
SPOILER ALERT: To see the current standings, click here.
SPOILER ALERT: Standings after 2 runs of women's bobsled
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