T&T Tubecraft have been delighted to work with the British Skeleton team by bending the skeleton runners for their sleds for the 2018 winter Olympic Games.
Lizzy Yarnold won Skeleton gold and Laura Deas and Dom Parsons won bronze in a record-breaking event for Team GB. Lizzy Yarnold became the first Brit to retain a Winter Olympic title as she produced a stunning second day performance having sat third overnight and second going into the fourth and final run.
Deas jumped up from fourth to third to join her friend and team-mate on the podium, thus ensuring Great Britain had two athletes in the medals in the same event for the first time in the 94-year history of the Olympic Winter Games.
Yarnold, who won her first Olympic title in Sochi four years ago, battled a chest infection to secure a stunning second success as she broke the track record in her final run.
Dom Parsons won Great Britain’s first Olympic Men’s Skeleton medal since 1948 as he bagged bronze in PyeongChang in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Parsons produced an outstanding display to secure Team GB’s maiden medal of the Games, 70 years after John Crammond achieved the same third-placed feat in St Moritz.