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Luge Yourself: A first-person view down an Olympic track

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Luge Yourself: A first-person view down an Olympic track
Washington Post reporter Sarah Larimer has always wanted to try luge. So she met with coaches from USA Luge and the Adirondack Luge Club in Lake Placid, NY, to give her Olympic dreams a shot. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy

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