1. Ashley Wagner (Figure Skating)
Who?: The favorite heading into the U.S. Nationals event in Boston earlier this month was chosen for the team despite a fourth-place finish at nationals. You’ll be hearing a lot about her in the coming weeks.
2. Nick Goepper (Skiing)
3. Keri Herman (Skiing)
4. Steve Holcomb (Bobsled)
Who?: The pilot of the 2010 Olympic gold medal-winning four-man sled — the USA’s first since 1948 in the event. He’ll pilot a two- and four-man sled in Sochi.
5. Lindsey Jacobellis (Snowboarding)
6. Katie Uhlaender (Skeleton)
7. Justin Reiter (Snowboarding)
8. Hannah Kearney (Skiing)
9. Ted Ligety (Skiing)
10. Hannah Teter (Snowboarding)
Who?: Teter is entering her third Olympics. She was the gold-medal winner in the women’s halfpipe in Torino and the silver medalist in Vancouver.
11. David Wise (Skiing)
12. Kaitlyn Farrington (Snowboarding)
13. Bobby Brown (Skiing)
14. Chas Guldemond (Snowboarding)
15. Nate Holland (Snowboarding)
2014 Sochi Games begin Feb. 6 on NBC.
CORRECTION: The original version of this post referred to David Wise as a slopestyle skier. Wise is a halfpipe skier.
CORRECTION: Snowboarder Hannah Teter won gold in the women’s halfpipe in 2006 at the Torino Olympics and silver in the same event at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. The original version of the post had the medals reversed.
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