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South Korean ‘Ironman’ Becomes First Asian Ever to Win Gold in Skeleton

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Meet 'Ironman,' the newest skeleton gold medalist. South Korean athlete Yun Sung-bin's recent victory makes him South Korea’s and Asia's first ever skeleton gold medalist. The 23-year-old is known for wearing a helmet inspired by the superhero Ironman.

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