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Emily Cook
Aerialst Emily Cook made her Olympics debut in 2006, four years after missing the Salt Lake City Games due to badly injuring her feet just weeks before the Games. In Torino, Cook finished 19th; and 11th in Vancouver.
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Dylan Ferguson
Dylan Ferguson, who finished fourth in the men's aerials overall World Cup standings two years in a row, is looking to make his Olympic debut after missing the Vancouver Games due to an infection he got after he got an apendectomy.
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Ashley Caldwell
At 16 years old, Ashley Caldwell was the youngest U.S. Olympian in Vancouver, where she finished 10th in women's aerials.
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Patrick Deneen
Mogulist Patrick Deneen finished 19th in his Olympics debut in 2010. Since then, he has finished third in the men's moguls overall World Cup standings in 2012 and 2013 after finishing second in 2011. The U.S. has won a men’s moguls medal in every Winter Olympics except the 1994 Games.
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