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English: British skeleton athlete Lizzy Yarnold slides into the finish area after her second run at the 2017/2018 BMW IBSF World Cup race in Lake Placid. She earned a bronze medal with a combined time of 1:50.46.
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Lizzy Yarnold of Team Great Britain slides into the finish line after her second run during the 2017–2018 BMW IBSF World Cup at Lake Placid, New York. (She earned a bronze medal with a combined time of 1:50.46)

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44°13'9.199"N, 73°55'28.711"W

9 November 2017

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