A look at the 10 biathletes who will represent the United States at the Sochi Olympics.
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Barnes will be making her third trip to the Games. At the 2006 Olympics in Torino, she finished 64th in the individual event. At the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, she finished 78th in the 7.5 km sprint.
In her fifth year on the national team, Cook will make her Olympic debut in Sochi. After getting her degree from the University of Utah, she moved back to the Lake Placid area where she trains with many of her teammates.
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Dreissigacker will make her Olympic debut in Sochi, but is no stranger to the Games. Her father Dick, mother Judy (Geer), and aunt Carlie were all U.S. Olympians in rowing.
After narrowly missing Olympic qualification in 2010, Dunklee will make her Games debut in Sochi. The daughter of a two-time Olympic cross-country skier, she was the top U.S. woman on the World Cup biathlon circuit in 2012-13 and had her best performance at the Olympic test event, finishing 7th in individual.
A member of the national team since 2007, Studebaker will be competing at the Olympics for the second time in Sochi. She placed 34th in the 15 km individual at the 2010 Vancouver Games.