Headfirst and inches from the ice, skeleton athletes fly



A telltale sign of a skeleton rookie: constant visible body movements. It often takes athletes years of practice to steer a sled down a sheet of ice using only small shoulder and knee shifts. Team USA slider Nathan Crumpton makes it look effortless in 360 degrees.

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