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Lowell Bailey
Bailey will make his third trip to the Olympics in Sochi. At the 2006 Torino Olympics he finished ninth in the (relay), 27th in individual, 46th in sprint, and 48th in pursuit. At the Vancouver Games in 2010, he finished 13th on the relay, 36th in both pursuit and sprint, and 57th in individual.
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Tim Burke
A veteran of two Olympics, Burke will lead the U.S. team at his third Games in Sochi. At the 2013 World Championships he won silver in individual, becoming the first American biathlete to reach the podium at Worlds since 1987.
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Russell Currier
Currier will make his Olympic debut for the U.S. in Sochi. At the 2013 World Championships, he finished 12th on the relay, 44th in sprint, 52nd in pursuit and 60th in individual.
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Sean Doherty
Doherty is the first teenager to make the U.S. Olympic Biathlon Team, according to The 18-year-old became the first U.S. biathlete to win three medals at a World Championships last year, doing so at the Junior Worlds.
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Leif Nordgren
Nordgrem who was introduced to the sport by his sister, will make his Olympic debut in Sochi. At the 2013 World Championships, he finished eighth on the mixed relay, 12th on the relay, 22nd in individual, 43rd in pursuit, and 53rd in sprint.
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