U.S. Wins Bronze In Women's Bobsled, Canada Wins Gold And Silver

The United States won bronze Wednesday night in Women's Bobsled, finishing behind a pair of Canadian teams.

It was the USA 2 sled -- the team of Erin Pac and Elana Myers -- that claimed the medal for America, coming in 1.12 seconds behind the gold medalist, Canada 1, and just 0.27 seconds back from Canada 2, the silver medal winner.

Germany 1 finished fourth, 0.41 seconds out of medal contention. The other two American teams, USA 3 and USA 1, finished fifth and sixth, respectively. USA 1 is piloted by Shauna Rohbock, who won silver in Torino.

The gold for Canada was their seventh of the games, putting it in a three-way tie with Germany and the United States.

USA 2 was in second position after the first three heats, but was overtaken on the fourth and final run.

MoreSB Nation’s full coverage of the Winter Olympics and the 2010 Winter Olympics Medal Count Tracker.

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