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"Family Is Everything": Retired LDS Olympian Shares Why She Wouldn't Trade Motherhood for Anything

After taking home the silver medal in skeleton at the 2014 Winter Olympics, Noelle Pikus-Pace retired. But with the 2018 Winter Olympics approaching, Pikus-Pace shares why she wouldn't trade her role as a mother to four for anything in the world. 

The 2018 Winter Olympics begin in three weeks with Opening Ceremonies. However, one of Utah's favorite athletes from the 2014 Olympics — Noelle Pikus-Pace — won't be competing.

Pikus-Pace retired after winning Silver in skeleton at the 2014 Sochi Games.

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Nowadays, she keeps busy as the mother of four children and said she wouldn't trade it for anything.

“Family is everything, you know? It really is," she said. 

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