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Luge Is Even More Heart-Stopping Than It Looks

Why watch the Olympics when you can be a part of it?

With the Winter Games in full swing, a video from 2012, in which a man rode the doubles luge track in Sochi with a camera attached to him, has enjoyed a surge in popularity. It’s part of a continuing trend allowing us regular folks a glimpse into what these world-class athletes must endure.

The man cranks it up to 80 miles per hour, while giving people a first-person look at what Olympians experience.

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