After winning the first four World Cup races, Steven Holcomb could have run away with the overall title. He didn't. With Holcomb having to overcome early struggles on European tracks and adjusting to a new sled designed by BMW engineers, the title race came down to the final run of the season. In the end Holcomb won his second overall World Cup two-man bobsled title, and first since 2006-07. Here's a look back at the 2013-14 two-man season.
Igls, Jan. 18
Steven Holcomb won his first bobsled gold medal on a European track since before the 2010 Olympics. Holcomb and Steve Langton broke the track record, finishing ahead of Switzerland's Beat Hefti and Russia's Aleksandr Zoubkov.
Koenigssee, Jan. 25
Canadian Justin Kripps (right) piloted his sled to his first-ever victory. Beat Hefti won silver, but despite finishing three places in front of Steven Holcomb in Koenigssee, the U.S. driver still won the overall points title, 1,645 to 1,610.