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World Cup Shanghai- Charles Hamelin
Canadian short track speed skater Charles Hamelin, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, won the 500m race in Shanghai, and really was the main story for the season on the men's side. Hamelin won six gold medals in the 2013/14 season and was the overall World Cup champion.
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World Cup Shanghai- U.S. men's relay team
The U.S. men's relay team, anchored by J.R. Celski, won gold in Shanghai and continued to dominate over the season. They finished first in the overall World Cup standings for the first time in history.
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World Cup Seoul- Kim A-lang
18-year-old South Korean skater Kim A-lang won gold in the 1500m at the World Cup Seoul. A-Lang finished second in the overall World Cup standings for the 1000m and 1500m, all in her first season on the World Cup circuit.
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World Cup Seoul- Viktor Ahn
Viktor Ahn, also known as Ahn Hyun-Soo, won three gold medals at the 2002 Games for South Korea, but gained Russian citizenship and will skate for the country of their home ice in Sochi. Ahn was the runner-up in the 2014 overall World Cup standings and finished first in the 500m.
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World Cup Torino- Wang Meng
China's Wang Meng, who won three gold medals in Vancouver, won gold in the 500m at the World Cup Torino. She was reinstated to China's short track team in 2012 after being suspended in 2011 for an altercation with her manager. She finished first in the 2014 overall World Cup standings for the 500m.
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