Shelley Rudman to lead GB Olympic skeleton bob team
Rudman wins skeleton silver in 2006
Shelley Rudman will lead Britain's skeleton bobsleigh charge at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Rudman, silver medallist in Turin in 2006, will be joined by Amy Williams, with Kristan Bromley and Adam Pengilly.
"Team GB has a fantastic record in skeleton, and these names really do inspire anybody who loves Olympic sport," said chef de mission Andy Hunt.
"This is the biggest team we've sent to an Olympic Winter Games since 1992, and we are ready to take on the world!"
The selections take the total number of Team GB athletes to 52.
Rudman, who won a bronze medal at the Skeleton European Championships in Igls earlier this month, said: "I have very special memories of the Olympic Winter Games, and the silver medal I won in Turin four years ago was the greatest moment I've had in sport.
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