More track analysis as Rudman fine tunes Olympic campaign
February 12, 2014 11:07 am
World skeleton champion Shelley Rudman insists she'll have no regrets whatever happens in Sochi.
Rudman, an Olympic silver medallist in 2006, continues to work hard on mastering the track at the Sanki Sliding Centre ahead of the opening two runs of the Olympic skeleton competition on Thursday.
She ranked eighth and third fastest in final training though many sliders elected not to compete.
"I feel like it has taken a lot to get to this point to be here in Sochi, I know I couldn't have done anymore," said Rudman.
"I've been trying to get to grips with the two uphill curves, so I will do a lot of analysis again tonight and then tomorrow what will be, will be."
Team-mate Lizzy Yarnold, the new World Cup champion, was quickest in the fifth run but choose to only to practice her start on the sixth and final run.
"Lizzy's going really well, hopefully we'll see some more great results from her over the next few days," said Rudman.
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