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Will Meryl Davis and Charlie White finally win Olympic gold?
Despite the decorated history of figure skating in America, the nation has never won a gold medal in ice dancing. But Meryl Davis and Charlie White, winners of six straight national championships and two world championships, are looking to change that. The Vancouver silver medalists are Team USA's best chance at figure-skating gold in Sochi.
Can Ashley Wagner, Gracie Gold or Polina Edmunds sneak onto the podium?
The 2010 Games were the first time that an American female figure skater didn't medal at the Olympics since 1964, and despite a charismatic team, that's not expected to change this time around. But Ashley Wagner, Gracie Gold and Polina Edmunds will all be looking to make waves by skating their best on the Sochi ice.
The bronze medal seems to be up for grabs, so all eyes will be upon the American trio to see if they can get the United States back on the medal stand.
Can Jeremy Abbott finish his career with an Olympic medal?
Before the 2014 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, 28-year-old Jeremy Abbott announced that this would be his final year of skating. Then, the four-time national champion skated the routines of his life to win the gold medal and book his spot on the team to Sochi.
Abbott has never skated his best in international competitions, but Americans will be watching to see if he is simply saving the best for last.