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Special Photo/Dietmar Reker Kehri Jones, left, and Douglasville native Elana Meyers Taylor captured a bobsledding championship in February.

Douglasville native Elana Meyers Taylor doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

During the month of February, the Olympic medalist bobsledder drove to her fourth and fifth consecutive gold medals in February, the final of which was her second world championship title in Germany.

It was her second career title, and earlier in the month she won the world cup race in Austria.

Along with teammate along with Kehri Jones, they were announced as the Best of February honors for the Team USA Awards. They had the fastest women’s start time ever recorded on the 2010 Olympic track. All this in preparation for the 2018 Winter Games in South Korea.

Meyers Taylor said she doesn’t foresee retirement in her near future. She has won medals in the previous two Olympic Winter Games.

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