Lueders won Olympic gold in two-man bobsled 12 years ago in Nagano... Eight years later, he drove the same sled to silver in Torino... The Edmonton native, a son of German immigrants, is a father of two daughters... He returns for his fifth Games, at age 39, as one of the host country's most accomplished athletes.
|Sat, Feb 20 - 5:00p||Two-Man, Run 1 of 4||7||51.94|
|Sat, Feb 20 - 6:35p||Two-Man, Run 2 of 4||6||1:44.06|
|Sun, Feb 21 - 4:00p||Two-Man, Run 3 of 4||6||2:35.93|
|Sun, Feb 21 - 5:20p||Two-Man, Run 4 of 4||5||3:27.87|
|Fri, Feb 26 - 1:00p||Four-Man, Run 1 of 4||6||51.27|
|Fri, Feb 26 - 2:45p||Four-Man, Run 2 of 4||6||1:42.56|
|Sat, Feb 27 - 1:00p||Four-Man, Run 3 of 4||5||2:34.06|
|Sat, Feb 27 - 2:45p||Four-Man, Run 4 of 4||5||3:25.60|
As the pilot for the USA-1 bobsled, I broke a 62-year gold medal drought when my sled, the 'Night Train" won the Olympic title at the 2010 Vancouver Games. A degenerative eye condition nearly caused me to quit my sport in 2008, but corrective surgery restored my vision to 20-20.