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Meet the U.S. women's team
The U.S. women's curling team discusses strategy.
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Meet the U.S. women's team
Skip Erika Brown is making her first Olympic appearance since 1998. She also participated in the 1988 Calgary Olympics, back when curling was a demonstration sport.
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Meet the U.S. women's team
2014 U.S. women's curler Debbie McCormick was her team's skip in the 2010 Olympics. She'll be playing the position of "third" in 2014.
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29 year old Jessica Schultz makes her home in Minnesota, after growing up in Alaska. She'll play the position of "second" at the 2014 Olympics.
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Drake University graduate and noted Chicago sports fan Ann Swisshelm will be the "lead" on the 2014 women's Olympic curling team.
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