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Hop on a sled, hold on tight and experience the adrenaline rush of a lifetime.
In February, Saranac Lake's Chris Mazdzer became the first U.S. athlete to win a men's singles luge Olympic medal when he claimed silver in PyeongChang.
Whether it was his closest friends and teammates or young fans who cheered him on at a World Cup race, Steven Holcomb made everyone around him feel special and included.
Photographer John DiGiacomo captures the raw emotions of the USA Luge Team
Take a run down the 1994 Olympic luge track in Lillehammer, Norway with doubles luge team and Sochi Olympians, Jayson Terdiman and Matthew Mortensen
Experience World Cup racing from behind the lens of a middle school student
Can your biggest competitor also be your best friend? Find out from luge athlete and Olympian, Chris Mazdzer
A behind-the-scenes look at what goes on during World Cup Luge when you've got an all-access pass
Team USA dominates the podium on North American tour
Olympic medalist, Erin Hamlin talks about the sport of Luge
In spite of challenge and disability, two military veterans are sliding their way towards the Olympic dream