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Fresh tracks: Marit Bjorgen
Bjorgen has won a career seven Olympic medals, including five at the Vancouver Games. If Bjorgen can repeat her Vancouver performance then she can become the most decorated female Winter Olympian.
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Fresh tracks: Tord Asle Gjerdalen
Gjerdalen helped Norway win the relay event at the 2011 and 2013 World Championship. Gjerdalen finished second overall in the 2012 World Cup standings.
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Fresh tracks: Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen
Jacobsen made her Olympic debut at the Vancouver Games but unfortunately missed the podium but did have two top 10 results. Jacobsen won a bronze medal in the team sprint at the 2011 World Championship.
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Fresh tracks: Therese Johaug
Johaug made her Olympic debut at the Vancouver Games. She helped Norway win a gold medal in the relay event in 2010. Since then she won three medals at the 2013 World Championship including a gold in the relay and the women's 30km freestyle.
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Fresh tracks: Petter Northug
Northug won four medals at the Vancouver Games, including a gold in the men's team sprint and the men's 50km mass start. Northug also finished first overall in the 2012-2013 World Cup standings.
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