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  • Kevin Kuske and Andre Lange Clock the Fastest Time | Video

    Kevin Kuske and Andre Lange Clock the Fastest Time

    Kevin Kuske and Andre Lange slide down the icy track to Olympic victory, claiming the bobsleigh two-man gold medal. Kuske and Lange of Germany, clock the fastest combined time, a total of 3 minutes 43.28 seconds. The Canadian pair, 1998 Olympic chamipon Pierre Leuders and partner Lascelles Brown, finish .21 seconds after the winning time, receiving the silver medal. The Swiss duo take the bronze medal home. Bobsleigh Two-man Men's Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - GER, CAN, SUI
  • The finest pilot of his generation | Video

    The finest pilot of his generation

    Four-man bobsleigh requires explosive power from a standing start and the precise steering of a Formula One driver. Thankfully for Andre Lange he had both in abundance. His remarkable run in Olympic competition started at the Utah Olympic Park in a German quartet that never looked like losing their grip on gold.
  • Germany Secures Its 2nd Consecutive 4-man Gold | Video

    Germany Secures Its 2nd Consecutive 4-man Gold

    Germany secures its second consecutive gold medal in the four man event. Kevin Kuske, Rene Hoppe, Martin Putze and Andre Lange claim gold in a total time of 3:40.43. The Russian quartet receives the silver medal and the Swiss quartet settles for bronze. Bobsleigh Four-man Final - Turin 2006 Winter Olympics - GER, RUS, SUI
  • The scientists working for sporting excellence | Video

    The scientists working for sporting excellence

    One of secrets of success for Olympic athletes is the reliable high-tech material they work with. AFPTV takes a peek inside the FES Institute in Berlin, where experts have already designed and built the bobsleigh of three-time Olympic champion Andre Lange.
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