Bobsledding legend Francesco Friedrich led his four-man bobsled team to victory on Sunday, becoming the first man ever to win the double-double.
He beat the German team led by Johannes Lochner, which took silver.
Justin Kripps' four-man sled from Canada won bronze, just beating a third German team led by Christoph Hafer.
Friedrich's win is history making — it's the first time a driver has won the two- and four-man gold at multiple Olympics. Friedrich retained his title in the two-man on Tuesday.
He won both the two- and four-man at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics.
The 31-year-old Friedrich is a 13-time world champion across two-man, four-man and team events, cementing his place as the most decorated pilot in bobsledding world championship history and one of the greatest of all time.
The Germans have dominated the sport at these Olympics, winning gold in three of the Games’ four bobsleigh events and racking up seven of the 12 bobsledding medals awarded in Beijing.