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Shiva Keshavan placed 34th after two runs in men's luge at Winter Olympics

Pyeongchang: India's Shiva Keshavan finished 34th after two rounds of heats in the men's singles luge competitions in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics here on Saturday.

Keshvan, who is taking part in his sixth and final Winter Olympics, was 36th at the end of first heat but recovered a bit in the second, where he finished 31st, to be placed 34th overall at the halfway mark of competitions at the Olympic Sliding Center.

Two rounds of heats will be held on Sunday to decide the winners.

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