- Is the youngest of eight children.
- Competed in many sports in high school, including soccer, basketball, softball, track and field, bobsled and skeleton.
- Attended Utah Valley State College on a track and field scholarship, and after graduating, she assisted in coaching track and field there.
- Was the 2005 World Cup Champion, becoming the first U.S. female skeleton athlete to win this overall title.
- Fractured her leg when she was hit by a runaway bobsled in 2005, leaving her unable to compete in the 2006 Olympic Games.
- Won a silver medal in skeleton at the 2014 Sochi Olympics after falling one place short of the podium at the 2010 Games.
- Founded the company SnowFireHats.com, which sells winter beanies featuring college sports teams.
- Traycen Pace — Son
- Amanda — Sister
- Janson Pace — Husband
- Lacee Lynne Pace — Daughter
- Utah Valley State College, Orem, Utah, United States (BS in Community Health and Physical Education, 2005); Colorado Technical University, United States (MBA, 2008)
- Birth Name: Noelle Pikus
- Birth Place: Orem, Utah, United States
- Profession: Skeleton racer
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