- Age 26 (February 5, 1988)
- Height 6' 0"
- Weight 170lbs
- Birthplace Munich, West Germany
- Residence Miesbach, Germany
- First Olympics 2010
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Germany's Natalie Geisenberger wins gold in singles luge by smashing the competition. Geisenberger's combined time is just over one second better than her closest competitor. A second may not seem significant, but this constitutes domination in luge.
Erin Hamlin became the first-ever American, man or woman, to medal in singles luge by earning the bronze. Germany's Natalie Geisenberger won Germany's fifth consecutive gold medal in women's singles luge and compatriot Tatjana Huefner finished with silver.
Fresh Take: Duncan Kennedy and Leigh Diffey break down the first two runs of the women's luge final. Natalie Geisenberger holds a commanding lead over teammate Tatjana Huefner and American Erin Hamlin. Geisenberger, who is the reigning world champion, has shown she is still improving with two spectacular runs on Monday.