The Associated Press KRASNAYA POLYANA (AP)—Men’s gold. Women’s gold. Doubles gold.
And now, team relay gold.
Dominant again—more dominant than ever, really—Germany won the inaugural Olympic luge team relay on Thursday, with three already-golden champions joining forces to celebrate one more time at the Sochi Games.
With IOC President Thomas Bach looking on, Felix Loch, Natalie Geisenberger and the doubles team of Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt finished their runs in 2 minutes 45.649 seconds, good enough to beat Russia for the title by 1.030 seconds.