Georgia's Elana Meyers Taylor made her PyeongChang debut on Tuesday and competed for a spot on the podium for women's bobsled on Wednesday.
After four runs, Meyers Taylor and her partner Lauren Gibbs won the silver medal with a time of 3:22.52. Germany took the gold with a time of 3:22.45 and Canada took home the bronze with a time of 3:22.89.
Meyers Taylor and Gibbs set a new track record with their first run at the Olympic Sliding Centre. They were in first place, but Meyers Taylor struggled to stay on her line and hit the wall a few times during the second run, adding to her time.
"It's a tricky track. This is faster than we've ever been on it before," Meyers Taylor said after her first runs. "Your reactions have to be a little bit quicker. I think I was off on the first run because of that."
Meyers Taylor is a two-time Olympic medalist in women's bobsled, winning bronze in Vancouver and silver in Sochi.
Meyers Taylor's hometown of Douglasville held a watch party for her final two runs. Watch their reactions here: