Men’s Luge – Doubles

Wendlof Germany, Arlt slide to 3rd consecutive men’s luge doubles gold

Smith, who is known as Canada’s Walker, finish 7th in 3rd Olympic appearance

On Wednesday, to his left side, Doubles luge of men gold medalists Tobias Wendl, right, Tobias Arlt, celebrate with fellow Germans Toni Eggert, and Sascha Benecken full left, won the silver medal in Yanqing, China.

Another day, in Beijing 2022, another German Olympic luge threepeat. No doubt, the best sliding nation in the world is leaving absolutely.

At the Olympics, Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt won the doubles title on Wednesday, in the event, their third consecutive gold medal. In 1 minute, they finished two runs, 56.653 seconds, by 0.099 seconds, holding off German teammates Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken.

After this, Wendl said, Indescribable and at another, Arlt won their fifth Olympic gold overall to two relay wins when the three doubles titles are added on Thursday with a chance. He also added that this one was the toughest.

Before the finish line, Thomas Steu and Lorenz Koller of Austria survived a wobble just to get the bronze off the winning time, 0.511 seconds.

Tristan Walker and Justin Snith of Canada finished seventh.

In 37 of them, none of this should be a gift, and there have now been 50 Olympic luge races, and a German sled has won gold.

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