Amy Williams eyes Winter Olympic Skeleton gold for Britain
At the half-way point of the Winter Olympics womens skeleton event Britains Amy Williams has a lead which could see Team Great Britain achieving its first Winter Olympic Gold for 20 years.
Williams set a new track record and goes into tonight's final with a 0.30 second lead.
The US team lodged a protest about Williams' helmet design but this has now been thrown out by the Bobsleigh Federation.
This is 27-year-old Williams' first Olympics and she hopes to follow fellow Team GBR member Shelley Rudman to medal glory in the skeleton - Rudman scored silver in the last Winter Olympics.
Amy Williams has Britain's first individual Winter Olympics gold in 20 years in her sights after she set a new track record women's skeleton. The competition resumes in Whistler tonight with Williams holding the halfway lead