Nov 2, 2020
This week we sit down with Chris Mazdzer as he opens up about his relationship with ADHD and how it gives him an edge as an Olympic Luger. We talk about his experience as a contestant on Season 26 of "Dancing With The Stars" being much scarier than sliding down a luge track at 90mph. Plus, life as a newlywed, controversy in the Luge community, and his mission to break another world record in Beijing in 2022.
Chris Mazdzer is an American Luger. He competed at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, finishing 13th on both occasions. At the 2018 Winter Olympics Mazdzer won the silver medal in the Men's Single Luge, becoming the first U.S. men's singles luge medalist and is the first and currently only non-European to win a medal in that event. Chris is the athlete representative to both the Executive Board of the Federation of International Luge and the Executive Board of the USA Luge.
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