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Albert Demtschenko, Russia
Demtschenko has never finished on top at the World Championships (he won silver in 2012), but home-ice advantage could help him win gold at the Olympics.
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Andi Langenhan, Germany
Andi Langenhan has finished second at the 2013 World Championships and in the overall 2012-13 World Cup standings, both times playing second fiddle to German teammate Felix Loch. He notably finished first during last year’s Sochi World Cup event.
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Felix Loch, Germany
Loch has dominated men’s singles for the past six years. In addition to winning the gold medal in Vancouver at the age of 20, the German has won gold in four of the past five World Championships.
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David Moeller, Germany
Moeller took silver in Vancouver and, dating back to 2004, has won medals at four different World Championships.
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Armin Zoeggeler, Italy
One of the greatest Winter Olympians of all time, Zoeggeler is going for a record-breaking sixth consecutive Olympic medal. He won gold in 2002 and 2006, silver in 1998 and bronze in 1994 and 2010, all in men’s singles.
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