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Long established as the dominant luge nation, Germany start as favorites to take a clean sweep of Olympic gold in singles, doubles and team relay with former great Georg Hackl confident of another medal bonanza.Loch, at 20, became the youngest ever Olympic gold medalist in luge four years ago, is the current world champion and has won back-to-back World Cup titles.German celebrations should also extend to the women's singles, which start Monday, having won 10 of the 12 medals since the 1998 Nagano Games.The event features one woman, one man and one doubles team from each nation sliding back-to-back-to-back runs.
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