This is his fourth world title for Humphreys, meaning he is now the best popsleezer of all time at both the Olympics and the World Championships. It is also noteworthy that he divided his world titles among his national races. He won the first two as a Canadian, and for the past two years he has been honored as an American.
Still, just because of all of those topics does not mean that she’s used to winning. “This is a huge relief,” Humphries later said. “It’s a big team effort. It’s great to cross the finish line, to see that ‘1’ after your name and to know that everything went according to plan. You are burdened with waves of great joy.”
The story of Humphries is one of the most successful, and the story of Jones is one of the most remarkable. At the 2008 and 2010 World Championships, Jones won gold in the 60-meter hurdles. They are two branches of the game that she has been able to connect with for some time.
For example, eight years ago Jones won gold at the World Championships Popsley with mixed teams. Now he has also won his second world title at Bobsleigh, a unique double. While this gold plate would be good, he only had to play one of four runs in 2013. “I did not expect to be emotional,” he replied. “I don’t know if it was snowing when we came down or if I was crying. But no, I think I was crying.”
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