Erin Hamlin has become the second women in U.S women's luge to compete at four Olympic Games. She qualified for her fourth and final Olympics in Germany, finishing fourth at the FIL World Cup.

"4th & final Olympics, here I come," Hamlin posted on Instagram after clinching a spot at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

“I was pre-qualified, but that doesn’t give me a spot on the team,” she told USA Luge. “I felt the pressure and wasn’t comfortable at all. This team is so deep right now and I had to get that spot; there definitely were no handouts. I’m glad I got it.”

Hamlin made her Olympic debut in 2006 and became the first U.S woman to win a world title three years later on her home track in Lake Placid, New York. She went on to two more Olympic berths, in Vancouver and Sochi, where she brought home a bronze medal.

Hamlin will retire following this season.

PyeongChang, South Korea hosts the Winter Olympics February 9th-25th. Will Hamlin bring home another Olympic medal?

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