Michelle Kelly finishes in 13th place

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By Adam Reaburn

After four runs down the Whistler Sliding Centre track, Michelle Kelly of Fort St. John has finished her Olympic Run with a 13th place finish.

With a time of 3:40.79, she was 5.15 seconds behind the winner in Women’s Skeleton. 

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Canadian Mellisa Hollingsworth finished in 5th place with a time of 3:36.60.  The third Canadian in the event Amy Gough from Williams Lake, finished with a time of 3:37.01 and came in 7th place.

Gold in the Women’s Skeleton went to Amy Williams from Great Britian, Silver to Kerstin Szymkowiak from Germany and Bronze went to Anja Huber also from Germany.

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