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Yuna Kim, South Korea
In 2010, South Korea's Yuna Kim set records with her short and free skate programs on her way to capturing gold at the Vancouver Olympics. Can she do it all over again in Sochi?
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Patrick Chan, Canada
Canada's Patrick Chan heads into the Olympics as the reigning three-time world champion after taking fifth at the 2010 Games. His biggest challengers include Spain's Javier Fernandez and Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu.
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Meryl Davis and Charlie White, U.S.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White, the American ice dance team that won silver at the 2010 Games, has won two of the last three World Championships titles. Their main rivals are Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, whom they train with year-round in Detroit. Davis/White will also lead the American effort in the new team event, which will open the Olympic Games.
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4/16
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, Canada
Virtue and Moir won gold in front of an electric crowd in Vancouver four years ago, the first ice dance team to win in their Olympic debut.
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Ashley Wagner, U.S.
Two-time U.S. champion Ashley Wagner will be in the medal conversation in Sochi, though she placed fourth at last month's National Championships. The American has been in the top five at the last two World Championships, and won bronze at the Grand Prix Final in December.
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