The Canadian Skeleton team has finally wrapped up its selection process, and Fort St. John’s Michelle Kelly has made the team.
All reports suggest there was tough competition this year, and there is still a chance other athletes will come in and out pending world cup success.
But for now, Michelle Kelly, last year’s overall world cup silver medalist, joins others including Jeff Pain, and Melissa Hollingsworth, who won a silver and a bronze respectively at the Turin Olympics.
Canada’s skeleton team has captured 94 World Cup medals since 2002. The first world cup event of the season is next week, starting on Tuesday in Winterburg, Germany.