Speaking with Steve Holcomb's 'Night Train' POSTED: Mar 1, 1:06a ET | UPDATED: Mar 1, 1:23a ET It hasn't even been a full 24 hours and members of Steve Holcomb's ‘Night Train' -- Curt Tomasevicz, Steve Mesler, and Justin Olsen -- plug along, celebrating the United States' first four-man gold medal since 1948. Prior to taking in the U.S. vs. Canada men's hockey game on Sunday, the world champion foursome sat down with NBCOlympics.com to talk about the excitement surrounding Saturday's big event and their post-Olympic plans.
Speaking with Erin Pac and Elana Meyers POSTED: Feb 26, 3:25a ET | UPDATED: Mar 1, 12:57a ET 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.
Holcomb looks to end 62-year U.S. gold drought POSTED: Jan 21, 9:51a ET | UPDATED: Feb 10, 5:11p ET Not since 1948 has an American four-man sled gone to the Olympics and brought home the gold. That's the mission Holcomb and his three push athletes - Justin Olsen, Steve Mesler and Curt Tomasevicz - will tackle at the Vancouver Games.
2002 bobsled champ Flowers savors other victories POSTED: Nov 27, 2:00p ET | UPDATED: Nov 28, 12:34p ET By Associated Press Vonetta Flowers, who in 2002 became the first black athlete to win an Winter Olympics gold medal, now has other, more personal victories to savor. Her twin sons Jordan and Jaden were born premature in 2002, and Jordan has trouble hearing. He had complex surgery when he was three and a half. He's improving but still has a long road ahead.
Kreitzburg aiming for comeback on the track POSTED: Nov 15, 3:11p ET | UPDATED: Nov 15, 3:12p ET By Associated Press Brock Kreitzburg was once in minicamp with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He
pushed a bobsled in the 2006 Torino Olympics. There's a long list of
World Cup medals on his resume.
Bobsled: What to expect POSTED: Sep 9, 3:22p ET | UPDATED: Feb 4, 3:53p ET By Lee Ann Gschwind Germans swept the bobsled gold medals in Torino, but they'll have to hold off surging American and Canadian contingents in Vancouver.