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6/13
Natalie Geisenberger, Germany
After four consecutive years of finishing second behind German teammate Tatjana Huefner, Geisenberger finished first in the overall 2012-13 standings and also won the 2013 World Championships for the first time in her career.
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7/13
Alex Gough, Canada
If anyone is to break the German team’s dominance in women’s luge (four consecutive Olympic gold medals), Gough may be the one to do it. She notably won bronze at the 2011 and 2013 World Championships.
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8/13
Tatjana Huefner, Germany
The defending Olympic gold medalist, Huefner is also a four-time world champion and a five-time World Cup overall winner.
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9/13
Anke Wischnewski, Germany
Wischnewski has never won an Olympic medal (she was fifth in 2010), but she has finished in the top three overall World Cup standings at the end of each of the past five seasons.
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USA Today Sports
10/13
Wolfgang Linger and Andreas Linger, Austria
The Austrian brothers, Wolfgang (left) and Andreas, are going for their third consecutive Olympic gold medal.
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