The USA-3 team of Myrtle Beach resident and driver Mike Kohn and brakeman Nick Cunningham came in 12th in the two-man bobsled event that concluded Sunday, Feb. 21, with a four-run combined time of 3 minutes, 29.78 seconds.
Germany's Andre Lange won his fourth gold in four career races inside the winter rings, taking the two-man competition to become the winningest pilot in Olympic history.
Lange completed his four trips down Whistler Sliding Center's wicked-fast track in 3 minutes, 26.65 seconds, .22 ahead of Germany's Thomas Florschuetz (3:26.87), who won the silver. Russia's Alexsandr Zubkov (3:27.51) won the bronze.
Steve Holcomb of the United States finished sixth.
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Lange is the first driver to win four bobsled golds since the event debuted in 1932 at Lake Placid.
Kohn will compete in the four-man bobsled with Cunningham, Bill Schuffenhauer and Jamie Moriarty. That event begins at 4 p.m. Friday with two runs and concludes with two runs Saturday beginning at 4 p.m..