WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- While the world's best winter sports athletes are competing in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Westchester residents are becoming adept at some winter sports of their own.
What is the most challenging Westchester Winter Olympic sport?View Results
What is the most challenging Westchester Winter Olympic sport?
Pothole Slalom -- avoiding potholes without hitting another vehicle.73%
Speed shoveling -- keeping sidewalks and driveways clear12%
Curb Jumping -- crossing busy intersections without getting slushed5%
Pre-Storm Shopping -- Getting through crowds of frantic shoppers at the A&P0%
Finding My Car -- Digging out the car and finding a parking space3%
Sidewalk Curling -- Slip-sliding to my destination without a broom7%
Left with as much as 60 inches of snowfall over the last two months, schools closures, missed work, horrific commuting challenges and cardiac stressed bouts of snow shoveling, locals are dealing with cabin fever and dreams of spring fever.
The demands of a bad-weather winter have become a test of physical and mental endurance as motorists, pedestrians and school kids maneuver through piles of snow and ice, slushy pavements, hovering icicles, snow packed roofs and roads filled with pot holes.
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