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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.
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.
Steven Holcomb, pilot of the USA-1 sled, takes a breather after the competition.
Here's the USA-1 sled setting out on run 3 on Saturday.
The Canada-1 sled at the start of run 3. The Canadian and U.S. bobsleds were the leaders at this point.
A Latvian fan holds up a scarf as the Latvian team passes in their bobsled.
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.