Twenty-nine-year-old Chris Mazdzer has made history in the 2018 Winter Olympics as the first man to ever win a medal for the U.S.A. in the singles luge. The sport debuted in the 1964 Olympics and, until this year, the U.S.A. has been shut out of standing on the podium.
Mazder picked up the silver medal, behind Austria's David Gleirscher and ahead of Johannes Ludwig of Germany.
You can watch (U.S.) history being made below:
People are super excited for Mazdzer, especially since he seems like a really cool guy:
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