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6/15
Jamie Greubel, pilot
A former track star at Cornell, Jamie Greubel (right) will be making the journey to Russia as the pilot of the USA-2 sled.
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7/15
Steven Holcomb, pilot
Having overcome a degenerative eye condition that left him nearly blind, bobsled pilot Steven Holcomb led the ‘Night Train’ to gold in Vancouver in the four-man competition. Holcomb will be back to pilot the ‘Night Train Squared’ in Sochi, and will also try to win the U.S. men’s team its first two-man medal since 1952.
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USA Today Sports
8/15
Lolo Jones, push athlete
Two years after taking up bobsled, the former Olympic hurdler will make her Winter Games debut, still on the search for her first Olympic medal.
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9/15
Steve Langton, push athlete
The former Northeastern sprinter was part of the USA-2 bobsled in both the two-man (10th place) and four-man (DNF) during the Vancouver Games. Since then, he has moved up to the USA-1 sled and become Steven Holcomb's right-hand man, and will likely be in Holcomb's sled in both the two-man and four-man events.
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10/15
Elana Meyers, pilot
Elana Meyers won the bronze medal as a brakeman in 2010. Now a driver, Meyers is trying to pilot the U.S. to its first women's bobsled medal since the 2002 Games.
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