Sochi, Russia • It's all about Steven Holcomb on Monday at the Sochi Olympics.
The bobsled driver from Park City takes his final two runs in the two-man competition with an eye on the first American medal in the event in 62 years. That's exactly the length of the drought he broke when he won gold in the four-man event at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, and he sits in third place after the first of two runs Sunday night.
"It's not something we really think about," Holcomb said. "It's kind of like Vancouver we still have a job to do and we still have to do it well. We're going to come out ... and throw down two runs as fast as we can and hopefully be the best."