Steve Holcomb and his Olympic champion 'Night Train' team -- Curt Tomasevicz, Steve Mesler and Justin Olsen -- sat down with NBCOlympics.com to talk about the excitement surrounding Saturday's big event and their post-Olympic plans.
People travel far and wide to cheer on their country's athletes in the Olympic Winter Games. Take a look at who came out to the Whistler Sliding Centre -- and who got fully decked out -- in support of bobsled at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
Andre Lange is one of the most successful drivers in bobsled history with five Olympic golds and multiple world championship and World Cup titles. On Saturday, the German pilot took his last run, sliding to a silver medal in four-man competition.
Still wrapping their minds around their bronze-medal win, U.S. bobsled team Erin Pac and Elana Meyers took some time out to speak with NBCOlympics.com about their momentous victory, race preparation and what their plans are post-Vancouver.
It was a memorable Olympic run for both U.S. four-man and women's bobsled teams as Steve Holcomb and Erin Pac brought home the gold and bronze, respectively. See how things shape up for them next season via Universal Sports.
Holcomb discusses winning a world title, naming a turn on the Olympic track and his top-secret sled.
The former collegiate heptathlete looks toward her Olympic debut as a driver after falling short of the Torino team as a brakeman.
There are three bobsled events on the Olympic program: the two- and four-man events and the women's event, which made its debut at the 2002 Salt Lake Games.
Friends and teammates call Swiss pilot Sabina Hafner "The Firecracker" because of her immense talent and fiery spirit.
Helen Upperton returns for her second Games as one of Canada's top medal prospects.