LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- The scene has played out the same way in five races this season. Steven Holcomb emerges from his sled, removes his helmet and laments whatever mistakes he's made.Then he goes to pick up a gold medal.His results couldn't be better. The scary thing for the rest of the sliding world might be his insistence that he still has many ways to improve.Holcomb is now 5-for-5 in World Cup races this season, teaming with Steve Langton to win a 2-man race at Mount Van Hoevenberg on Friday to extend his perfect start. Holcomb and Langton finished two runs in 1 minute, 50.62 seconds, beating Switzerland's Beat Hefti and Alex Baumann by 0.63 seconds."What Holcomb's doing ... it's embarrassing," Canadian pilot Lyndon Rush said.