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standard-issue orange apron, Debbie McCormick works the paint department at The Home Depot in Madison, Wis. She roams the concrete-floor aisles, armed with what has become an emotionally loaded question: Can I help you?
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1 Noelle Pikus-Pace is the feel-good story of the year. Pikus-Pace (right) regained the world skeleton title last Friday, 15 months after a runaway bobsled shattered her right leg and nearly ended her career.
October 31, 2005 | Edited by Mark Bechtel and Stephen Cannella
Hit By a runaway bobsled, World Cup skeleton champion Noelle Pikus-Pace (above). The 22-year-old Olympic favorite from Orem, Utah, suffered a broken right leg in the accident at Calgary Olympic Park when a bobsled...
February 28, 2005 | Kelley King
Having dominated the skeleton season, Utah's Noelle Pikus-Pace has slid into prime position for next year's Olympics