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Shani Davis: The two-time Olympic gold medalist won the 1,000- and 1,500-meter events at the trials and will compete in all three individual events at Sochi.
Patrick Meek: The long-distance specialist will compete in the 5,000-meter Olympic event.
Jonathan Garcia: Despite being disqualified in the 500 meters at the trials, Garcia made the team in the 1,000-meter competition.
Emery Lehman: The 17-year-old captured the 10,000-meter event at the trials. He will compete in that event and the 5,000-meter competition in Sochi.
Tucker Fredricks: The sprinter qualified for his third Olympics with a second-place showing in the trials.
Mitchell Whitmore: The skater claimed the 500-meter event at the trials and will make his second appearance in the Olympics.
Brian Hansen: The American will challenge in three competitions at the Olympics after finishing second in the 1,000- and 1,500-meter trials events and third in the 500 meters.
Jonathan Kuck: The long-distance specialist won the 5,000-meter event at the trials, and finished just 0.07 behind Lehman in the 10,000 meters. He will compete in both next month in Russia.
Joey Mantia: The Florida native finished third at both the 1,000- and 1,500-meter trial races and will represent the United States in both competitions at Sochi.
Heather Richardson: The top women’s skater won the 500-, 1,000- and 1,500-meter events in the trials and will challenge for multiple medals in the Winter Games.
Brittany Bowe: Bowe finished second to Richardson in those same races and will face off with her friend in all three competitions at Sochi.
Kelly Gunther: The skater finished fourth in the 1,000-meter trials race, earning the final spot on the team in that event at Sochi.
Anna Ringsred: After a brief retirement, Ringsred returned to earn the right to compete in the 3,000-meter competition at the Olympics. She finished second in the event at the trials.
Jilleanne Rookard: The talented skater will represent the United States in two events at Sochi after winning the 3,000 meters and finishing third in the 1,000-meter race.
Sugar Todd: Todd finished fourth in the 500 meters and third in the 1,000-meter race to qualify for those two events in Sochi.
Lauren Cholewinski: The skater will compete in the 500-meter Olympic event after finishing third in that distance at the trials.
Maria Lamb: The two-time Olympian will compete in the 5,000 meters in Sochi after claiming that event in the trials.