Las Vegan Evan Weinstock and Justin Olsen finished 14th overall in the two-man bobsled Monday at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. Las Vegan Evan Weinstock and Justin Olsen finished 14th overall in the two-man bobsled Monday at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. They had sat in 12th place after their first two runs. Weinstock and Olsen were the top American team in the event, which had a tie.
Tim Jitloff, who has Reno ties, did not finish his run in the giant slalom Saturday night at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, as he got launched and crashed. Tim Jitloff did not finish his run in the giant slalom Saturday night at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, as he got launched and crashed. Jitloff, who has Reno ties, finished 15th in the giant slalom at the 2014 Winter Olympics. The giant slalom was the only event he was competing in at South Korea.
The two-man bobsled will wrap up in the early hours of Monday morning. Las Vegan Evan Weinstock and his partner, Justin Olsen, currently sit 12th after the first two runs (49.66, 49.55 seconds) in the two-man bobsled competition at the Winter Olympics in South Korea. They are first among American two-man teams at 1:39.21, 0.82 seconds behind the top sled. Germany, Canada and a second German sled currently sit in the top three spots.
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