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Today in sports history: US 4-man bobsled team ends America's 62-year gold medal drought in event
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Today in sports history: US 4-man bobsled team ends America's 62-year gold medal drought in event

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In 2010, Steven Holcomb drives USA-1 to the Olympic gold medal in four-man bobsledding, ending a 62-year drought for the Americans in the event. See more sports events from this date:

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