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Felix Loch won his second straight Olympic gold medal in men’s luge on Sunday, easily defeating the world’s top sliders. The 24-year-old German finished four runs down the Sanki Sliding Center track in 3 minutes, 27.526 seconds. Russia’s Albert Demchenko won the silver and Italy’s Armin Zoeggeler took bronze, his record sixth Olympic luge medal. Loch is just getting started, and could one day stand alone as the best his sport has ever seen.

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