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Kyle Carr
Kyle Carr trails J.R. Celski and would go on to finish fourth in the overall standings at Olympic Trials, enough to earn him a position in Sochi.
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Kyle Carr
Carr didn't finish in the top three of the standings for any individual distance, so in Sochi, he will only skate the relay.
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Kyle Carr
The U.S. men's relay team finished first in the overall World Cup standings for the first time in history this year.
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Kyle Carr
Carr failed to qualify for the 2010 Olympics in what was a disappointing Trials. He considered quitting, but decided against it.
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Kyle Carr
After the disappointment of the 2010 Trials, Carr decided that if he was going to continue skating, he needed to completely dedicate himself, so he took a break from college and drove with his fiance to Salt Lake City and moved their to train.
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