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BUMPY RIDE Second overnight, Eitberger's challenge stumbled with a bumpy third ride but German Vancouver champion Tatjana Huefner gave Geisenberger something to think about.The 34-year-old veteran strapped on her helmet with a face of thunder before firing down the track to slot in just behind Geisenberger ahead of the final run.The 30-year-old policewoman roared home to victory ahead of silver medal-winning compatriot Dajana Eitberger, claiming her third Olympic title with a flawless pair of runs at Pyeongchang's Olympic Sliding Centre.Canada's Alex Gough grabbed a nerve-jangling bronze, banishing the heartbreak of two fourth place finishes at Sochi."You could see with Loch, a very small mistake could have very serious consequences," the blonde Munich native told reporters after finishing a yawning 0.367 seconds ahead of Eitberger. It brought back to my mind that the race is finished only when you go through the finish line on the fourth run and not earlier." Overnight leader after Monday's opening runs, Geisenberger built on her slender lead with a blazing third run of 46.28 seconds, piloting her sled with model German efficiency.
Turns out her "parents" are actually her grandparents, according to NBC.MORE: NBC Sports leader responds to ESPN's Olympic barbs Biles also has the dazzling smile and girl-next-door good looks that make TV networks and corporate sponsors come running.Watch her appearance on "The Ellen De Generes Show," where she charmingly admits to having a crush on actor Zac Efron. Bottom line: The sky's the limit if she wins gold in Rio.NEW YORK — Bob Costas is about to cover his 12th Olympics for NBC Sports dating to Seoul in 1988, so NBC's prime-time host knows a thing or two about relative unknowns becoming overnight stars. The three-time world gymnastics champion hasn't lost a competition in three years.