American skeleton racer who became the very first American precious metal medal winner in the activity on the 2002 Sodium Lake City online games. He competed within the FIBT Globe Championships in skeleton: in 1997 earning the sterling silver, and in 1999 acquiring the gold. On the 2002 Wintertime Olympics he also participated within the Starting Ceremonies, transferring the Olympic Torch towards the 1980 U.S. Men’s Hockey Group. His father Jack port Shea was a two-time Olympic silver medalist in quickness skating. Amy Williams was another U.S. champ skeleton racer.