The Olympic career of Remsen's Erin Hamlin came to close today.
Erin Hamlin has some work to do, but at the midway point of the women's luge competition at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 she's right in the mix for another medal.
Hamlin, a native of upstate NY, was named the flag-bearer for the US squad as they entered Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium for the opening ceremony last Friday. "I was going into it knowing how much time I had in the bank and that I really just had to have a clean run, to keep doing the same thing that I had been doing".
"With the amount of time I was ahead of fourth place and how my times had been, crushing a solid run meant I did what I needed to do".
"I have no regrets. I love my country and what it stands for, as well as my local community, so to be able to represent all that is exciting and a privilege". "It's great and it's nice to be able to bring accolades to where I'm from". At the end of these races, anything can happen. In addition to this year, she qualified for the Olympics in 2006, 2010 and 2014.
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"As far as fittings and stuff goes, when I'm out of my season, my body changes a lot because I'm always trying to be heavy, so I'm a little bit bigger".
With five world cup individual wins to her credit, Britcher is the all-time wins leader in US history for singles luge athletes.
She announced before the games that this would be her last Olympics. "The [dress] that I got is not something I would have ever imagined that I would pick".