Julia Mancuso took home her fourth Olympic medal Monday in the women's super combined, a two-part race: one run of slalom and one of downhill.
Mancuso won the bronze and is now the third American to collect medals at three consecutive Winter Olympics. Her first, gold, came in giant slalom at Torino in 2006, followed by two silver medals at the Vancouver Games in 2010.
The spotlight will stay on Mancuso when she goes for her fifth medal tomorrow in the downhill competition. While the spotlight may be shining on her, Mancuso is taking the opportunity to put the spotlight on skin cancer.
The granddaughter of a dermatologist, Mancuso has been a life-long advocate of skin protection for skiers, snowboarders and winter sport fanatics. continue reading ...