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6/11
Jamie Anderson, women's slopestyle
U.S. snowboarder Jamie Anderson is the perennial slopestyle favorite. She has won gold in the X Games three times and has made the podium 47 times since 2004. Anderson finished the qualifying round in second but most believe she will win gold when all is said and done.
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7/11
Hannah Kearney, women's moguls
Hannah Kearney is out to defend her gold medal from the 2010 Vancouver Games in women's moguls. The 27-year-old U.S. skier did everything right in her first run, finishing first in the qualification round.
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8/11
Chloe Dufour-Lapointe, women's moguls
Chloe Dufour-Lapointe of Canada turned in a very nice performance en route to a second-place finish. At just 18 years old, Dufour-Lapointe finished fifth in Vancouver and could be poised for her first Olympic medal.
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9/11
Yuzuru Hanyu, team competition
Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu posted a first-place score of 97.98 in the men's short track portion of the team competition. The team competition is new to the Olympic program and will surely create a buzz in the 2014 Sochi Games.
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10/11
Yevgeny Plushenko, team competition
Yevgeny Plushenko won over his home crowd in Russia with a performance that catapulted him into second place. The 31-year-old skater has won three Olympic medals, including gold in Torino in 2006. Plushenko is Russia's lone men's singles skater, an honor that came with a cloud of controversy. Plushenko can silence his critics with more performances like the one he completed on Thursday.
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