U.S. wins first four-man gold since 1948
WHISTLER, British Columbia -- Steve Holcomb never flinched.
Not when tasked with ending a 62-year drought for the United States in sliding's marquee race.
Not when trying to navigate the world's most treacherous track.
And not when Germany's Andre Lange valiantly tried to hang on to his Olympic bobsledding title.
Holcomb handled it all Saturday, driving USA-1 to the gold medal in four-man bobsledding, the first American pilot to do so since Francis Tyler at St. Moritz in ...
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