People travel far and wide to cheer on their country's athletes in the Olympic Winter Games. Take a look at the spectators at the Whistler Sliding Centre who came out -- and those who got fully decked out -- in support of the fastest sport on ice.
Christian Niccum and Dan Joye were the top American sliders during the men's doubles competition, finishing sixth at the Whistler Sliding Centre on Day 6 of the 2010 Winter Games. Here's a look back at their Olympic performance.
Bob Papa and Duncan Kennedy discuss the women's luge competition, where Germany's Tatjana Huefner grabbed gold by half a second. Lewis Johnson caught up with Megan Sweeney of the U.S. to chat about her first Olympics.
American Erin Hamlin is one of the sport's most beloved stars. Making her second Olympic appearance by competing in Vancouver, she had some struggles with the modified Whistler course but still led the U.S. women by finishing in 16th.
U.S. lugers may have struggled to reach the podium in Vancouver, but some of America's veterans, like Tony Benshoof and Erin Hamlin, will push on into the next season. Check out Universal Sports to keep up with the fastest sport on ice.
Since 1986, Wolfgang Schaedler of Liechtenstein has been the head coach of the United States Luge Team.
Mainstays on the U.S. luge team, doubles partners Mark Grimmette and Brian Martin are two-time Olympic medalists.
Timed to the thousandth of a second, luge and short track are the Olympics' most precisely-timed events.
In December, USA Luge introduced their 10-member Olympic team in New York City. Here's a snapshot of their visit.
It's at Wolfgang Schaedler's small workshop in the village of Triesenberg where the U.S. luge team's sleds are created.