Jan 27, 2013, 2:50 PM EDT
Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones is officially a winter sports world champ after helping the U.S. win the combined bobsled-skeleton team event in Switzerland Sunday. She and Elana Meyers contributed their efforts to the two-woman bobsled portion of the event as the team held off the Germans by 0.24 seconds to take the title.
Lolo and Meyers finished third in the two-woman sled, former world champ Steve Holcomb, who lost his title earlier on Sunday, finished third during his portion along with brakeman Curtis Tomasevicz, and John Daly was seventh in men’s skeleton.
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