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USA 4th in Pyeongchang Relay; Mazdzer 12th in singles

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – USA Luge finished fourth in Sunday’s Viessmann Team Relay World Cup, presented by BMW, and is one of five teams in contention for overall silver and bronze medals when the tour reconvenes next weekend for the finals in Altenberg, Germany.
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USA Luge doubles Mortensen/Terdiman 7th lead American World Cup effort in So Korea on day 1

Hamlin 10th in pre-Olympic race; Germans clinch doubles, women’s WC titles

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – For most of the field gathered at next year’s Olympic venue, the number nine might as well be snake eyes.

In fact, the critical turn on the 2018 Olympic luge, bobsled and skeleton track has been dubbed “Dice Roll” by United States doubles slider Anthony Espinoza. Rightfully so, as it took many sleds in the Viessman World Cup doubles and women’s singles races out of contention Saturday. Those who got through the left hand corner cleanly, or relatively unscathed, were rewarded.
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US Luge Team members Erin Hamlin, Emily Sweeney, Summer Britcher, Tucker West, Chris Mazdzer, Matt Mortensen and Jayson Terdiman will participate in a conference call from PyeongChang
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German luge team owns Oberhof as Americans leave with a pair of 7th place results

Britcher in singles and US relay team both 7th on final day

 

OBERHOF, Germany – On a day of track records, Germany had the final say and left the two days of Viessmann World Cup racing with eight of 12 possible medals. The haul included victories Sunday in women’s singles and the concluding team relay presented by BMW.

USA Luge’s top results of the weekend occurred on the final day as Summer Britcher finished seventh in singles after occupying fourth place after one heat.
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USA Luge ends World Championships with team relay silver

3 medals at worlds is a US team best, topping 2009

Hamlin sets a new individual mark for US

 

IGLS, Austria – USA Luge ended the 47th annual World Championships Sunday in Igls with a silver medal in the team relay – its third at this event – and set a team record for most hardware collected at worlds. Its previous best was a pair of medals in 2009, including Erin Hamlin’s gold.
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Tom Neely, member of first United States Olympic Luge Team, passes away

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – USA Luge was saddened this week to learn of the unexpected death of Tom Neely, a member of the first Olympic luge team at the 1964 Winter Games in Innsbruck/Igls, Austria.

Robert Thomas Neely, of Ketchum, Idaho, attended George Washington University and was 78 years of age when he passed away on January 18.

In a chilling coincidence, USA Luge and 26 other nations are currently at an updated Igls venue for the 47th International Luge Federation (FIL) World Championships, to be held Friday through Sunday.
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USA Luge to tackle 2017 World Championships this weekend at 2-time Olympic site

Jan. 23 press conference audio link with 7 athletes found below

 
IGLS, Austria – Outside the Olympic Winter Games, the annual luge World Championships is the most significant event on the sport’s calendar. The International Luge Federation (FIL) has now reached that point in the season, as the world meet will take place Friday through Sunday in Igls, Austria.
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