Tom Smart, Deseret News
O.C. Tanner presented U.S. Olympic team rings to Jeret "Speedy" Peterson of Boise (silver medalist in aerial skiing), and Noelle Pikus-Pace of Orem (fourth in women's skeleton) on Friday for their accomplishments at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver. Pikus-Pace surprised her husband, Janson Pace, with an O.C. Tanner ring honoring him as an Olympic mentor.
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