Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Olympic Races are On

Noelle Pikus Pace Olympic races:

Noelle is the 1st one OFF on Thursday's race!!
Thursday February 13 at 12:30 a.m. MST
Thursday February 13 at 1:40 a.m. MST
Friday February 14 at 8:40 a.m. MST
Friday February 14 at 9:50 a.m. MST

ALL RACES CAN BE VIEWED LIVE ONLINE AT WWW.NBCOLYMPICS.COM (With a service provider subscription, I.E. Dishnetwork, Directv, Comcast etc...)

Join the party see the invite to watch on Friday morning at The District Movie Theater. FREE OF CHARGE!!!

Noelle fans only!!!


  1. Way to go Noelle! Watched your first two runs this morning and actually got emotional after your second! Olympics can do that to you but all the more when it is someone you know! Good luck tomorrow or maybe it's tonight Russia time! :) Your family is adorable and I love that they have been able to be with you on your journey! I hope your Olympic dream comes true! I'll be watching and cheering! I saw that you were in second after the first two before I even watched them and I still felt that competitive, emotional, nervousness, and excitement for you! Go Noelle! Go, go, go! -Paige "Bushnell"

  2. I love watching you Noelle! You are amazing! Was wondering if you were LDS because of your dynamic countenance and dedication to family and I was right on my assumption! You are inspiring and the light you shed on family and perseverance is sooo very inspiring! Thanks for all of your hard work and dedication! GO NOELLE!

  3. Go Noelle!!! We are praying for you and your family!!! You truly are an inspiration.
    Love the Richins Family

  4. Just finished watching! I feel emotionally drained! Can't even imagine how you are feeling! I screamed like a maniac, I cheered, and I cried! I think my kids thought I was crazy! Congratulations, you are amazing! I feel for Katie, she was so close! I know you'll give her lots of hugs! I screamed, and yelled, and cried with her too! I want to give her a hug myself!

    Anyway, you are inspiring and such a great example! Congrats, Congrats!

    -Paige "Bushnell"

  5. You did really good Noelle! I'm glad you got silver! That is awesome! You are amazing! I was like screaming and cheering for you. I just finished watching the winter Olympics with you in it. Have fun with your family and silver! From Luke (age 7), son of Paige "Bushnell"

  6. YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Holy Hannah, Noelle!!! Congratulations! We were watching live online and had tears of Joy, Pride, and Love for you and Janson and your sweet kids! We are SOOOOO happy for all of you and proud of all your hard work and determination! You SO deserve this! And your reaction at the end of your final race was priceless :) Couldn't help but be emotional as we watched it! So exciting! We sure love you guys!

    -Mike and Rachel Bullock

  7. WAHOOOOOO!! Can't wait to give you a congratulatory hug!

  8. Congrats Noelle! I don't know you, but I'm a mormon too! I just watched your amazing race and watched your mini interview afterward. I think the chance you had to tell the youth to remember who they are on Valentines Day may have been one of the reasons you were supposed to go to the Olympics. Congrats and thanks for giving us mormons a positive face in the media!

  9. Thank you for your awesome advice to the youth. We as parents appreciate your example!! Congratulations!!!!!

  10. I'm so impressed at your courage, on and off the Skeleton track. You stand for what you believe, THANK YOU. How can I get a hold of you to speak to our stake girls camp?

  11. Great job, Noelle! Congrats, on winning the silver for team USA! :) Your perserverence and dedication are truly inspiring! Plus, your bravery is incredible. You're the best person the US could have chosen to represent our country--enjoy your medal (you definitely deserve it) :)

    When you get the chance, it would be awesome to know what your training regime's like (ie how far do you run, and at what speed? how much weight do you lift? etc). I play softball for my high school's team, and could really use some of your amazing leg strength :)

    All the best, and congrats on your medal! :)