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Steven Holcomb

Birthday April 14, 1980 (age 37)
Birthplace Park City , Utah , United States
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Nickname(s)Holky, Holcomb, Steve
Biographical Information(1980-04-14)April 14, 1980
Park City, Utah [3], U.S.
DiedMay 6, 2017(2017-05-06) (aged 37)
Lake Placid, New York [4], U.S.
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Official SiteTeam Holcomb
Country United States [5]
Sport Bobsleigh [6]
TeamU.S. National Team
Turned pro1998
Coached byBrian Shimer [7]
World finals2009 FIBT World Champion 4-Man [8]
2012 FIBT World Champion 4-Man [9]
2012 FIBT World Champion 2-Man [10]
2012 FIBT World Champion Team Event [11]
Olympic finals [12]2006 – 6th place 4-man
2006 – 14th 2-man
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2010 – Gold Medal 4-man
2010 – 6th place 2-man
[14]
2014 – Silver Medal 4-man
2014 – Silver Medal 2-man
[15]
Medal record
Men's bobsleigh [16]
Representing the United States [5]
Olympic Games [18]
Gold medal – first place 2010 Vancouver [19] Four-man [20]
Silver medal – second place 2014 Sochi [21] Two-man [22]
Silver medal – second place 2014 Sochi [21] Four-man [24]
World Championships [25]
Gold medal – first place 2009 Lake Placid [26] Four-man
Gold medal – first place 2012 Lake Placid [27] Four-man
Gold medal – first place 2012 Lake Placid [27] Two-man
Gold medal – first place 2012 Lake Placid [27] Mixed team
Gold medal – first place 2013 St. Moritz [30] Mixed team
Bronze medal – third place 2008 Altenberg [31] Mixed team
Bronze medal – third place 2009 Lake Placid [26] Two-man
Bronze medal – third place 2009 Lake Placid [26] Mixed team
Bronze medal – third place 2011 Königssee [34] Four-man
Bronze medal – third place 2013 St. Moritz [30] Four-man
World Cup Championships [36]
Gold medal – first place 2006–2007 [37] Combined
Gold medal – first place 2006–2007 [37] Two-man
Gold medal – first place 2009–2010 [39] Combined
Gold medal – first place 2009–2010 [39] Four-man
Gold medal – first place 2013–2014 [41] Combined
Gold medal – first place 2013–2014 [41] Two-man
Silver medal – second place 2006–2007 [37] Four-man
Silver medal – second place 2010–2011 [44] Four-man
Silver medal – second place 2013–2014 [41] Four-man
Silver medal – second place 2016–2017 [46] Two-man
Bronze medal – third place 2007–2008 [47] Combined
Bronze medal – third place 2010–2011 [44] Combined
Bronze medal – third place 2016–2017 [46] Combined
Bronze medal – third place 2016–2017 [46] Four-man
World Cup Single Events
Gold medal – first place 2006–07 Cesana Pariol USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2006–07 Cesana Pariol USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2006–07 Igls USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2006–07 Cortina USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2006–07 Cortina USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2007–08 Park City USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2007–08 Park City USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2007–08 Calgary USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2008–09 Park City USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2008–09 Park City
(make-up race)
USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2009–10 Lake Placid USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2009–10 Winterberg USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2009–10 Cesana USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2010–11 Lake Placid USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2010–11 Whistler USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2012–13 Lake Placid USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2012–13 Park City USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2012–13 Whistler USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Calgary USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Calgary USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Park City USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Park City USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Lake Placid USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Lake Placid 1 USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Lake Placid 2 USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Igls USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2013–14 Königssee USA 1 Four Man
Gold medal – first place 2015–16 Lake Placid USA 1 Two Man
Gold medal – first place 2016–17 Lake Placid USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2006–07 Lake Placid USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2006–07 Park City USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2006–07 Calgary USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2006–07 Königssee USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2006–07 Winterberg USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2007–08 Calgary USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2007–08 Konigssee USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2007–08 Lake Placid USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2008–09 Altenberg USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2008–09 Vancouver USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2008–09 Igls USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2009–10 Lake Placid USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2009–10 Königssee USA 1 Team Event
Silver medal – second place 2009–10 Königssee USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2009–10 Altenberg USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2011–12 La Plagne USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2011–12 Igls USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2012–13 Park City USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2012–13 Lake Placid USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2013–14 Igls USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2015–16 St. Moritz USA 1 Two Man
Silver medal – second place 2016–17 Lake Placid USA 1 Four Man
Silver medal – second place 2016–17 Konigssee USA 1 Two Man
Bronze medal – third place 2007–08 Lake Placid USA 1 Two Man
Bronze medal – third place 2008–09 Igls USA 1 Two Man
Bronze medal – third place 2008–09 Winterberg USA 1 Four Man
Bronze medal – third place 2009–10 Cesana USA 1 Two Man
Bronze medal – third place 2010–11 Igls USA 1 Four Man
Bronze medal – third place 2011–12 Igls USA 1 Two Man
Bronze medal – third place 2012–13 La Plagne USA 1 Two Man
Bronze medal – third place 2016–17 St. Moritz USA 1 Two Man
Bronze medal – third place 2016–17 Innsbruck USA 1 Four Man
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Steven Holcomb's About

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Steven Holcomb was born on April 14, 1980 (age 36) in Park City, Utah, United States. He is a Celebrity Bobsledder. Bobsledder who won a gold medal in the four-man event at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.  According to numerology, Steven Holcomb's Life Path Number is 9.
His popular book is But Now I See - My Journey from Blindness to Olympic Gold. He died on May 6, 2017, Lake Placid, NY. Steven Holcomb has 2 siblings in His family: Megan, Stephanie. His height is 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m). You can find His website below: http://www.TeamHolcomb.com. More information on Steven Holcomb can be found here. This article will clarify Steven Holcomb's Olympics, Bank Ozk, Lasik, Obituary, Book, Md, Bobsled, Weight Of Gold, Cause Of Death, and other information.

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Steven Holcomb FAQ

Family, Spouse, Dating, and Relationships of Steven Holcomb

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He was born in Park City, Utah.

Steven Holcomb on Social Media

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Steven Holcomb's news on her Twitter: https://twitter.com/StevenHolcomb.

Steven Holcomb on Facebook:https://facebook.com/stevenholcomb.

Steven Holcomb Before Fame

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Steven Holcomb, born 4-14-1980, earlier in his life, he was an alpine skier, and served in the National Guard before his bobsled career began.

Success of Steven Holcomb

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In Bobsledder professional career, he won numerous medals at the World Championships.

Associated with

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When he won the 2010 Olympic gold medal, he was teammates with Justin Olsen (Bobsledder). Heather Moyse, Kevin Kuske, and Curtis Tomasevicz were also His acquaintances.

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The Numerology of Steven Holcomb

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Being a Life Path Number 9 means embarking on a lifelong quest to quench an insatiable thirst for growth and new experiences. Life Path Number 9 people like Steven Holcomb are always searching for more: more experiences, more education, more deep talks, and the next adventure.

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Steven Holcomb's personal year in numerology

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This year, Steven Holcomb’s personal year number is 8. The number 8 in personal year represents independence and intelligence. This is also the upward phase in the 9-year cycle, everything will gradually go smoothly, Steven Holcomb will have the opportunity to make a breakthrough for great development!

Steven Holcomb Net Worth

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Information about His net worth in 2024 is being updated as soon as possible by infofamouspeople.com, You can also click edit to tell us what the Net Worth of the Steven Holcomb is

Steven Holcomb Height Weight

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At the age of 37, Steven Holcomb height is 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m).

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Facts About Steven Holcomb

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● Steven Holcomb was born on April 14, 1980 (age 36) in Park City, Utah, United States
● He is a Celebrity Bobsledder
● His popular book is But Now I See - My Journey from Blindness to Olympic Gold
● He died on May 6, 2017, Lake Placid, NY
● Steven Holcomb has 2 siblings in His family: Megan, Stephanie
● His height is 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
● You can find His website below: http://www.TeamHolcomb.com
● His real name is Steven Holcomb



References

  1. https://twitter.com/StevenHolcomb
  2. https://facebook.com/stevenholcomb
  3. https://wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Holcomb

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