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Michael Vogt writes bobsleigh history in St. Moritz

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First World Cup medal since 2016

Michael Vogt writes bobsleigh history in St. Moritz

For years, the former bobsleigh nation Switzerland had nothing more to report. Now Michael Vogt is ringing in a new era with his bronze coup at the home World Cup.

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Hot battle for the podium in St. Moritz: Michael Vogt (l.) wins bronze at the World Championships, the German Johannes Lochner (r.) becomes world champion.


Matthew Dubachreporter sports

It’s the bobsleigh hammer of St. Moritz. Michael Vogt (25) races down the legendary natural ice track to Celerina GR on the podium at the home World Championships and wins bronze.

The pilot from Wangen SZ even fights for silver with brakeman Sandro Michel (26) against the German multi-champion Francesco Friedrich (32) up to the last meter of the 4th run. The most successful bobsleigh pilot of all time wins this hundredth thriller by 0.01 seconds, while Johannes Lochner (32) confidently wins gold.

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