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Olympic history Sunday by finishing second in the luge men’s singles competition, becoming the first American man to medal in an event that made its Winter Games debut in 1964. Mazdzer put himself into position for the medal on his third run, moving up from fourth to second and setting a track record. Chris Mazdzer of the USA celebrates after the fourth run of the men’s singles luge, knowing he has secured a medal. He ended up with silver. David Gleirscher of Austria, who passed Mazdzer on his final run, took gold, and Johannes Ludwig of Germany took bronze.
Gleirscher’s win was Austria’s first in men’s luge in 50 years. I can’t believe it,” Gleirscher said. It’s just a magic moment. I just brought down a good run and I am just happy that this happened. In a shocking development, two-time defending champion Felix Loch of Germany made a crucial mistake on his final run and ended up fifth after leading through three rounds. Mazdzer, a 29-year-old native of Lake Placid, N. Saturday, entering the final rounds in fourth, one-tenth of a second out of third.