Noelle Pikus-Pace: Olympic Skeleton Racer, Mother, Entrepreneur

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Noelle Pikus-Pace, 27, is the youngest of eight children and a native of Orem. She grew up running track and playing softball at Mountain View High School. She began competing in skeleton in 2001 through a developmental program at the Utah Olympic Park, according to Mt MormonTimes. She digs roaring down a mountain head first while going over 80 miles an hour inches from the ice. My kind of woman. Bet she would make a great Porsche racer. But she is also an entrepreneur, having started, a business which sells neat hats of her own design to support her “habit.”

Her web site “about” page states: “Whether you are about to hit the slopes or simply take a walk around the block, SnowFire wants you to show who you are. We have designed a wide-variety of beanies just for you. The colors and styles are designed to suit your personality and add a little character to your outdoor adventure. SnowFire Hats are made specifically for you: the athlete, the mom, the adventurer, the student, whoever you might be… be original.

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