Saranac Lake's Chris Mazdzer wins first ever men's luge singles medal

Saranac Lake's Chris Mazdzer wins first ever men's luge singles medal

Saranac Lake's Chris Mazdzer wins first ever men's luge singles medal

Erin Hamlin became the first American to medal in women's luge when she took home the bronze at the Sochi Olympics in 2014.

Saranac Lake's Chris Mazdzer is the first American man ever to medal in men's luge singles.

Germany's Felix Loch made a critical error late in his final run to surrender his Olympic luge title and hand gold to Austrian rival David Gleirscher. He ended a 54-year drought for Team USA. Whenever you lose, keep fighting.

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There aren't many Olympic events that the United States hasn't medaled in.

Any medal finish would be a huge accomplishment for Mazdzer, whose best finish in the recent World Cup was sixth place despite being ranked No. 3 in the world during the 2015-2016 season. In fifth place after Run 1, he had the second fastest run of all competitors on Run 2 to jump into fourth place - and he was only 0.001 second behind Roman Repilov, an Olympic Athlete from Russian Federation. And when it comes to men's singles luge, Mazdzer will always be the first.

He set a course record of 47.534 seconds on the third of his four runs in the event, according to Sports Illustrated.

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Gleirscher moved to the top of the standings with a composed final run but German Loch needed only to complete an error-free effort at the Olympic Sliding Center to be assured of his golden hat-trick.

"I like being the underdog", he told USA Today earlier. Gleirscher was faster, but Mazdzer finished in that coveted medal position.

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