Light on the Olympics: Canada's historic night on luge track

CBC photographer Kevin Light captures Canada's historic night on the luge track as Alex Gough won the nation's first Olympic medal in the sport in the women's competition.
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Brooke Apshkrum finished 13th in her Olympic debut.
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Alex Gough realizes she's made Canadian history by winning Olympic bronze in the women's luge competition.
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Kimberley McRae repeated her performance in Sochi with a fifth-place finish.
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Gough's brother, Carter, left, and her husband, Scott Sissons, were on hand to provide support.
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Sissons awaits his wife at the finish line.
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Germany's Natalie Geisenberger successfully defended her Olympic gold medal.
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Gough, right, prevented a German sweep of the podium.
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Pure elation for Gough after a pair of fourth-place finishes in Sochi.
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Before Gough, no Canadian had ever won an Olympic medal in luge.
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Gough, left, and McRae share the moment amongst their teammates.
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Gough, right, and her husband embrace post-race.
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The moment is still sinking in for Gough.
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