A veteran of the U.S. bobsled team, Steven Langton looks to make his third Olympic team in 2018. After a college career in sprinting and jumping, he discovered bobsledding in 2007. He went on to earn rookie of the year honors in 2008 and won the U.S. men's national push title in 2009. By 2010, he was making his Olympic debut at the Vancouver Games. A crash in the four-man prevented Olympic glory, but propelled him to continue training and improving. In 2012, he teamed with pilot Steven Holcomb to become a world champion in both the two-man and four-man events, making history as the first American team to win both titles at the same world championships. In 2014, he returned to the Olympic stage, where he claimed a pair of bronze medals in the four-man and the two-man, helping end a 62-year medal drought for the Americans. After a two-year retirement, he returned to the sport in 2017 and reclaimed the title as the U.S. men's national push champion. With such a triumphant return, it comes as no surprise that he has been dubbed the "Push Track Hero" by his teammates. Considered by Steve Holcomb to be the "best push athlete in the world," Langton hopes to push his way to his third Olympic berth and another podium finish in 2018.