Tremendous Olympics achievement for Old Dane Jeremy Rice

Congratulations to Old Dane Jeremy Rice, olympic skeleton competitor, on his fantastic success at the Olympic Games PyeongChang 2018!

Jeremy celebrated a top 10 finish on his olympic debut as he was placed 10th in a time of 3 minutes 24.24 seconds. This was just over two seconds behind fellow team GB member and Olympic Bronze Medal winner Dom Parsons, who won Great Britain’s first Olympic Men’s Skeleton medal since 1948!

Jeremy was interviewed after his success  saying “I wanted a top 12 and I’m over the moon to be top 10. I put down four solid runs and, in the end, consistency always wins out in a four-run race. Dom finished tenth in Sochi four years ago and I see myself on that same trajectory. It definitely gives me an extra drive for the Beijing Olympics in 2022.”

The St Clement Danes community were thrilled to learn of Jeremy's success, and send our congratulations on his inspirational achievement. We wish Jeremy continuing success for his training towards Beijing in 2022!

To find out more about the British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Team , and follow Jeremy's progress, please follow the link below:




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