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There are spectators in close proximity and the threat of a high-speed collision is never far away. On ice "I've surprised myself not being more nervous," confessed Williams.
"Certainly the skills I had in skeleton and being a world-class athlete has definitely transferred into the rallying." Jardine is a rally veteran who has enjoyed a career as a respected motorsport broadcaster and television pundit.
The snowboarding and freestyle competitions will take place at the "Rosa Khutor" Extreme Park in the Mountain Cluster.
The venue has already been used for World Cup events and is considered one of the top facilities in the world.
"I thought, 'That's enough now.' " Images: Olympic torch leaves Earth Nearly four years after that career-defining success, and despite physical complaints which would halt even the most relentless athlete, Williams is back in search of a new adrenaline rush as she pushes against the pain barrier.
It is a far cry from the Briton's days competing in skeleton, in which competitors throw themselves headfirst down a bobsled track.
Australia's Heath Spence took part in a Men's Bobsleigh training run at the Sanki Sliding Centre, one of the 2014 Winter Olympics venues which is located at Rzhanaya Polyana, 60 kilometers northeast of Sochi.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has taken a keen interest in the Games, visiting Sochi to ensure the project is finished in time.
Williams will co-drive for veteran compatriot Tony Jardine at this weekend's final round of the World Rally Championships in Wales.
"I've enjoyed getting in the car and the thrill you get from it, it's definitely replaced something I've lost since retiring from skeleton," she told CNN.
"I've been very lucky that I've not been anxious or worried or put off by the speed of the car, whereas I guess most people would be.