Sochi, Russia (AP) - Wisconsin's and Prairie Du Chien's Matt Antoine won the bronze in the men's skeleton competition.
His overall time of 3:47.26 was 2.97 seconds behind the gold medal winning time of Russia's Alexander Tretiakov.
Antoine's medal is the first skeleton medal for the U.S. men since Jimmy Shea's gold in 2002.
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