WATCH LIVE: U.S. men’s two-man bobsled hopes to break country’s drought

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The U.S. men’s two-man bobsled team hasn’t won a medal since 1952, when they took silver. That could very well change on Monday, however.

Men’s two-man runs 3-4: 9:30 a.m. ET – CLICK HERE TO WATCH LIVE

U.S. bobsledders Steven Holcomb (pictured) and Steven Langdon are currently in medal position at third behind Russian and Swiss duos. They are placed at third with a gap of .36 of a second behind first-place Russia (Aleksandr Zubkov and Alexei Voyevoda) and the second-place Swiss (Beat Hefti and Alex Baumann).

Beyond Zubkov and Voyevoda’s spot in first, the top rankings could see some movement, as second through sixth place aren’t separated by much. It could be a close finish, then.

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