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US bobsledders who ended medal drought: '62 is our number' 

Fresh off their bronze medal win, bobsledders Steven Holcomb and Steve Langton talk to TODAY about their experience winning the first medal by a U.S. bobsled team in the two-man event since 1952, which included Holcomb overcoming a calf injury.Holcomb also talked about Team USA’s chances in the four-man bobsled, where they will defend their gold medal after ending a 62-year drought in that event
U.S. team for two-man bobsled
The medal-winning U.S. team for two-man bobsled on TODAY.Today

Fresh off their bronze medal win, bobsledders Steven Holcomb and Steve Langton talk to TODAY about their experience winning the first medal by a U.S. bobsled team in the two-man event since 1952, which included Holcomb overcoming a calf injury.

Holcomb also talked about Team USA’s chances in the four-man bobsled, where they will defend their gold medal after ending a 62-year drought in that event in 2010. Watch the video here.