Former Wolf Pack cross country standout Katerina Hanusova Nash finished 14th today in the Olympic women's team mountain biking.
Nash is a Truckee resident, who competes for the Czech Republic.
This year marks Nash's four Olympics appearance after competing in mountain biking in 1996 and cross country skiing in 1998 and 2002.
Nash was a three-time NCAA champion at the University of Nevada, winning the 15k freestyle and the 5k classical in 2001 and defending her 15k freestyle title in 2002. The four-time All-American became the second Wolf Pack skier to win a national title since Nevada Hall of Fame inductee Pat Myers won the downhill title in 1952 and the first Nevada woman.
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