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Tarjei and Johannes Boe (NOR), Biathlon
Tarjei Boe (top) won gold on Norway’s men’s 4.7.5km relay at the Vancouver Olympics in 2010 and won gold at the 2013 World Championships in the relay, the mixed relay and mass start. In Sochi, he will be joined by his younger brother Johannes Boe, who earned his first two World Cup victories in December.
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Oystein and Gjermund Braaten (NOR), Snowboarding
Gjermund is the oldest of three brothers and has been taking the snowboarding scene over by storm, however it’s his younger brother, Oystein has been trying tricks since he was 8, that’s been surpassing all of the other Norweigian snowboarders, including Gjermund, who he enjoys riding with. Both, however, make the hardest tricks look easy.
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Erika and Craig Brown (USA), Curling
Erika Brown (left), as the skip, will be leading the U.S. women’s curling rink into the Olympics; Craig Brown (right) will serve as the alternate on the U.S. men’s curling rink.
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Justine, Chloe, Maxime Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), Freestyle skiing
Maxime (left) was the first sister to start freestyle skiing, and both of her younger sisters – Justine (center) and Chloe – followed in her skis, doing moguls. On the road at competitions, the sisters will frequently share beds or rooms, which is nothing new for the girls since Maxime and Chloe share a room at their home in Montreal.
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Martins and Tomass Dukas (LAT), Skeleton
Martins (left) and older brother Tomass finished 1-2 overall after the 2012-13 World Cup season. They will be trying for a similar finish in Sochi, with Martins going for his second Olympic medal (he won silver in 2010) and Tomass hoping to improve on a fourth place finish in Vancouver.
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