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USA-1 bobsled

Victory!

Steven Holcomb

USA-1 sets out

Canada-1

Latvian bobsled

Andre Lange's sled

The USA-1 four-man bobsled, also known as Night Train, makes its fourth and final run Saturday at the Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
Updated: / Caption: CNET Reviews staff / Photo: Ina Fried/CNET
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USA-1 bobsled

Victory!

Steven Holcomb

USA-1 sets out

Canada-1

Latvian bobsled

Andre Lange's sled

An electronic billboard shows the celebration by the U.S. team after it claimed the gold, the first time a bobsled team from the United States had done so since 1948. The USA-1 foursome had a combined time for four runs of 3:24.48.
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USA-1 bobsled

Victory!

Steven Holcomb

USA-1 sets out

Canada-1

Latvian bobsled

Andre Lange's sled

Steven Holcomb, pilot of the USA-1 sled, takes a breather after the competition.
Updated: / Caption: CNET Reviews staff / Photo: Ina Fried/CNET
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USA-1 bobsled

Victory!

Steven Holcomb

USA-1 sets out

Canada-1

Latvian bobsled

Andre Lange's sled

Here's the USA-1 sled setting out on run 3 on Saturday.
Updated: / Caption: CNET Reviews staff / Photo: Ina Fried/CNET
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USA-1 bobsled

Victory!

Steven Holcomb

USA-1 sets out

Canada-1

Latvian bobsled

Andre Lange's sled

The Canada-1 sled at the start of run 3. The Canadian and U.S. bobsleds were the leaders at this point.
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USA-1 bobsled

Victory!

Steven Holcomb

USA-1 sets out

Canada-1

Latvian bobsled

Andre Lange's sled

A Latvian fan holds up a scarf as the Latvian team passes in their bobsled.
Updated: / Caption: CNET Reviews staff / Photo: Ina Fried/CNET
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USA-1 bobsled

Victory!

Steven Holcomb

USA-1 sets out

Canada-1

Latvian bobsled

Andre Lange's sled

Five-time Gold medal winner Andre Lange of Germany performs on the final run of his Olympic career. On Saturday he had to settle for a silver medal.
Updated: / Caption: CNET Reviews staff / Photo: Ina Fried/CNET
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