About Curt Tomasevicz

Curtis Tomasevicz, a native of Shelby, Neb., is making his third Olympics appearance in bobsledding -- he won a gold medal in 2010. Tomasevicz, who competes Feb. 22-23, will be blogging periodically for The World-Herald throughout the Winter Games.

Posts by Curt Tomasevicz

From Sochi: Lending a hand with the two-man

Curt Tomasevicz, a native of Shelby, Neb., is making his third Olympics appearance in bobsledding — he won a gold medal in 2010. Tomasevicz, who competes Feb. 22-23, will be blogging periodically for The World-Herald throughout the Winter Games.

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Monday night was an epic moment for the U.S. bobsled team.

My teammates Steve Langton and Steve Holcomb won the bronze medal in the two-man event. In recent history, we have had much more success in four-man than we have in two-man. So the third-place finish was, in no way, a disappointment.

For me, the moment was 98-percent sweet and 2-percent bitter. The brakeman for the two-man team was chosen from the three push athletes on the four-man team. And for the last …

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From Sochi: Tomasevicz ready for run, but also spending ‘time as a fan’ in 2014

Curt Tomasevicz, a native of Shelby, Neb., is making his third Olympics appearance in bobsledding — he won a gold medal in 2010. Tomasevicz, who competes Feb. 22-23, will be blogging periodically for The World-Herald throughout the Winter Games.

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It’s hard to imagine that I would have any regrets about the 2010 Olympics. Everything went the way we had hoped. We had a plan and we executed it. That plan included our physical preparation days, weeks, and months in advance. The right people were in place to help us including strength coaches, sports medicine staff, nutritionists, psychologists, and bobsled coaches. Our sled and equipment were dialed in to be the best setup for the two day race of four total runs. We …

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