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With the Sochi Winter Olympics less than a month away, get to know some members of Team USA in the most adorable way possible.

1. Ashley Wagner (Figure Skating)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

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.
Twitter: @AshWagner2010

2. Nick Goepper (Skiing)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: The 19-year-old from Indiana is the No. 1 ranked slopestyle skier in the world. He also enjoys “surfing, skating, and hanging.”
Twitter: @NickGoepper

3. Keri Herman (Skiing)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: The Minnesota native is the No. 3 ranked slopestyle skier in the world. She was a hockey player growing up.
Twitter: @KeriHerman

4. Steve Holcomb (Bobsled)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

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.
Twitter: @StevenHolcomb

5. Lindsey Jacobellis (Snowboarding)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: Jacobellis is the most decorated athlete in the history of women’s snowboard cross. She won silver at the Torino Winter Olympics in 2006.
Twitter: @LindsJacobellis

6. Katie Uhlaender (Skeleton)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: The 29-year-old who “craves speed” is entering her third straight Olympics.
Twitter: @KatieU11

7. Justin Reiter (Snowboarding)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: As of now, Reider will be the only U.S. representative in Alpine snowboarding in Sochi. He occasionally lives out of his Toyota Tundra in Park City.
Twitter: @justin_reiter

8. Hannah Kearney (Skiing)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: Gold-medal winner in moguls at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver and the favorite to take home gold in Sochi. She’s currently a member of the class of 2015 at Dartmouth College.
Twitter: @HK_Ski

9. Ted Ligety (Skiing)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: The four-time World Cup giant slalom season champion is the favorite to win gold in Sochi and the face of the U.S. Alpine skiing team.
Twitter: @tedligety

10. Hannah Teter (Snowboarding)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

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.
Twitter: @hannahteter

11. David Wise (Skiing)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: The New York Times calls Wise, a halfpipe skier, the gold-medal favorite and “a two-planked version of the snowboarder Shaun White.”
Twitter: @mrDavidWise

12. Kaitlyn Farrington (Snowboarding)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: Farrington qualified for Sochi after finishing first at the 2014 Mammoth Grand Prix Women’s Pipe this past weekend. It will be her first Olympics.
Twitter: @KaitlynFarr

13. Bobby Brown (Skiing)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: The three-time X-Games gold medalist will be competing in his first Olympics in slopestyle in Sochi.
Twitter: @Bobby_Brown1

14. Chas Guldemond (Snowboarding)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: Guldemond says the tricks he’s working on have him “stoked” to continue a new training regimen through the Olympics.
Twitter: @ChasGuldemond

15. Nate Holland (Snowboarding)

NBC Olympics, April 2013

Who?: Holland is heading to his third Olympics, where he’ll compete in snowboard cross merely two months after breaking his collarbone in a practice run.
Twitter: @N8Holland

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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