It's funny you should say that Tom because I was wondering that myself. In Vancouver, four years ago, Canada themselves turned round a 2-0 deficit against the USA chaps to fight back for an overtime win. That man Sid "The Kid" with the winning goal.
AND in the women's final between Canada and the USA at this year's Winter Olympics, the Canadians struck in the third period at 2-1 down to force overtime, before wrapping up the match 3-2.
Big ask for the Swedes against the defending champs but never say never, Tom.
Sad to leave Sanki. Bobsleigh Sarah was far too brief but now over to our very own stick handler Ice Hockey Tom, for the final medal of the Sochi Games. Final medal!
Three teams to go in the bobsleigh and they are from the USA, Latvia and Russia...
Well Stephen. A quick start from the British quartet sets them on their way, a tap into the wall but the sled held and then there are big fist pumps as the muscly British men shave 0.41 seconds off the leading Swiss time to move into the lead for now. But there are some serious crews still to come....
Ahh bobsleigh fans this is your moment indeed. We are seeing some of the big guns curving round the icy corners now. A final run of 55.60 seconds by Switzerland 1 sees them edge into the lead for now.
So the four men in a bobsleigh are hurtling themselves down the ice at the Sanki Sliding Center for a fourth and final time. There are huge home hopes that Russia can continue their gold rush on the final day of the Games as the Russian Federation 1 quartet sit in gold medal position ahead of Latvia 1 and United States 1 aka Night Train II.
The top six teams are all in with a chance of a medal and as we type we have 10 teams left to go.
And today Tom and I will be invoking the spirit of the German luge team* as we scribble together in tandem to wrap up the Winter Olympics.
For the next hour or so you can call me Bobsleigh Sarah. No really, you can.... Get in touch on Twitter using the hashtag #CNNSochi or send us a comment here.
* just to clarify we are not sat together as snugly as the German luge chaps.