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Zach Lund
Zach Lund is competing for one of likely three Olympic spots.
Speed Zone
Zach Lund was destined for speed. First, it was luge. But then, he switched to skeleton and hasn't looked back. But Bonnie DeSimone writes that tragedy off the track helped Lund become one of the world's best. Story
 

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ATHLETES YOU NEED TO KNOW
ATHLETE SPORT AGE KEY STATS
Apolo Anton Ohno
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Speed-
skating
23 2002 Games:
Gold in 1,500 meters
Silver in 1,000m
Sarah Parsons
Photos
Women's Hockey 18 2005 Worlds:
Two Gs, two As
in five games
Timothy Goebel
Photos
Figure Skating 25 Olympics:
'02 bronze medalist;
Worlds: Two-time silver medalist
Jeremy Bloom
Photos
Freestyle Moguls 23 World Cup:
Two-time moguls champ;
10 overall wins
Zach Lund
Photos
Skeleton 26 Ended 2004 ranked
fifth in world
Lindsey Kildow
Photos
Skiing 21 2002 Olympian
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
DATE EVENT
Dec. 12-17 Luge World Cup

Lake Placid, N.Y.
Dec. 14-18 2006 U.S. Olympic trials -- short track

Marquette, Mich.

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