101 Facts About Steven Holcomb

1. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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2. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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3. Steven Holcomb wrote: "I do not support policies that create burdensome obstacles to the public gaining access to public documents.

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4. Steven Holcomb met Julia and had her parents sign over guardian rights to him and soon Julia was officially his ward.

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5. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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6. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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7. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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8. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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9. Steven Holcomb wrote: "I do not support policies that create burdensome obstacles to the public gaining access to public documents.

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10. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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11. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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12. Steven Holcomb said he did not support Sossamon's hiring of a budget manager, who has since been let go.

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13. Steven Holcomb says in 2017, there was a misallocation of $1 million.

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14. Steven Holcomb put the item on the agenda and was one of the three votes to let Sossamon go.

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15. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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16. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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17. Steven Holcomb was defensive coordinator with Arizona, and got caught in the decision to give the staff only one season.

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18. Steven Holcomb denied any conflict of interest and criticized the Tampa Bay Times' reporting that revealed the connection.

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19. Steven Holcomb was a rookie driver in Torino whose sled finished sixth.

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20. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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21. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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22. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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23. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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24. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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25. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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26. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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27. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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28. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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29. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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30. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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31. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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32. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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33. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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34. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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35. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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36. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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37. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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38. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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39. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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40. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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41. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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42. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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43. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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44. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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45. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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46. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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47. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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48. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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49. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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50. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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51. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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52. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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53. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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54. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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55. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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56. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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57. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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58. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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59. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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60. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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61. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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62. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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63. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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64. Steven Holcomb qualified for the USA-1 bobsled team for the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games and failed to disappoint.

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65. Steven Holcomb shown he was still together with his game by winning the two—and four-man events in the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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66. In 2008, Steven Holcomb got an experimental procedure when a lens was put behind the iris of every eye.

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67. Steven Holcomb made his Winter Olympics debut in the 2006 Games in Turin, Italy, subsequently won both the two-guy and joined World Cup titles in 2007.

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68. Steven Holcomb competed in his first World Cup race in November 1998 and made several appearances as a brakeman in the next years.

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69. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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70. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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71. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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72. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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73. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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74. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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75. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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76. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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77. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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78. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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79. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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80. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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81. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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82. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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83. Steven Holcomb tried to do too much with a second-and-15 pass that got picked by safety Mike Logan.

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84. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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85. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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86. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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87. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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88. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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89. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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90. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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91. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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92. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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93. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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94. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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95. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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96. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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97. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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98. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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99. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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100. Steven Holcomb proved he was still on top of his game by winning both the two—and four-man events at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

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101. Steven Holcomb was going blind before he had the procedure that has since been renamed in his honor, and Schaefer and Holcomb's eye surgeon, Brian Boxer Wachler, have been in South Korea trying to raise awareness and funds for the "Giving Vision—Steven Holcomb Legacy Foundation.

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