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The Night Train Squared
Four years after winning historic gold in Vancouver, the American four-man sled is back, again piloted by Steven Holcomb (far right). Chris Fogt (far left), Curtis Tomasevicz (second from left) and Steve Langton (second from right), make up the team, which has named itself Night Train Squared in the second iteration of the Night Train sled, which was victorious in 2010.
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German challengers
While the Americans are the reigning Olympic champions in the four-man, it's the German team -- piloted by veteran Maximilian Arndt -- who won the 2013 World Championships, where the Americans were third. Aleksandr Zoubkov and the Russian team look to be a factor on their home track, as well.
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Elana Meyers
As a pushman in 2010 for Erin Pac, Elana Meyers won a bronze medal, and almost four years later will return to the Olympics -- this time as a pilot. Meyers is likely to be paired with former track standout Aja Evans.
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Lolo Jones
Jones, an Olympic hurdler in 2008 and 2012, made waves when she switched to bobsled as a pushman in the fall of 2012. After winning two medals during the 2013-14 World Cup season she was named as one of three push athletes on the U.S. women's squad.
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Sandra Kiriasis and the Germans
Like the German men, the women have a rich history in bobsled, currently led by Sandra Kiriasis, who won silver in Salt Lake and gold in Torino before placing fourth at the Vancouver Games.
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