Germany's Natalie Geisenberger celebrates after winning the gold in the women's luge singles final run 4 during the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, at the Olympic Sliding Centre on February 13, 2018 in Pyeongchang. AFP / Mark Ralston
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German luge queen Natalie Geisenberger claimed her second successive Olympic gold medal in the women's singles Tuesday to extend her nation's stranglehold over the event to 20 years. The 30-year-old policewoman roared home to victory, claiming her third Olympic title overall with two flawless runs at Pyeongchang's Olympic Sliding Center.Amid gusty winds and snow flurries, Geisenberger built on her slender overnight lead with a blazing third run of 46.28 seconds, piloting her sled with German efficiency.It did nothing to rattle Geisenberger who simply buckled down in the night's final run to become the most decorated woman luger with her fourth Olympic medal.
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