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U.S. Short track
After Apolo Ohno, the most decorated Winter Olympian in American history, retired from short track, how will the U.S. team recover? 23-year-old J.R. Celski looks like the heir to Ohno's throne, and after winning two bronze medals in Vancouver, the question is whether he'll start a medal run on his own.
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U.S. Short track
Former U.S. short track coach Jae Su-Chun resigned in 2012 amidst allegations of abuse by members of the team. Some members have elected to train with him on their own dollar. Can the team use the turmoil as motivation? Or will they falter without stability?
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Charles Hamelin
Hamelin put on a show at the 2010 Olympics, winning gold in the 500m and the 5000m relay. He's continued his success and finished first in the overall World Cup standings in the 2013-2014 season. Will he keep the ball rolling and earn even more medals for Canada?
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Viktor Ahn
Viktor Ahn, also known as Ahn Hyun-Soo, won three gold medals in 2006 for the South Korean team. But he missed the cut for 2010 after being sidelined with injury. He decided to become a Russian citizen and represent the country on their home ice in 2014. Can he prove he's still one of the best?
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Who will replace Wang Meng?
With four-time Olympic gold medalist Wang Meng injured, the question is, who will step up in women's short track? South Korea's Shim Suk-Hee was the overall World Cup champion and should contend for multiple medals. Can she take Wang's spot at the top of the sport?
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