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Ted Ligety was virtually unknown when he skied for Olympic gold in 2006. But as he picks up more wins and more notoriety, Ted just strives for more. And, thanks to generous people like you supporting the United States Olympic Committee, he continues to deliver. His win at the 2011 Alpine Ski Racing World Championships in Germany made him one of six Americans to win a World Cup and an Olympic gold medal. And now he's pushing toward another medal in Sochi.
The youngest of five children in a Vermont family full of snowboarders, Hannah Teter started riding when she was 8. Over the next 10 years, with the support of Americans like you pushing her, Hannah became USA Snowboarding's youngest member and won half-pipe gold at the Torino Games. She added a silver medal in Vancouver four years later and has a chance to become one of the first snowboarders to win three Olympic medals with a Sochi win in 2014.
Despite reaching the top of his sport in the U.S., a degenerative eye disease called keratoconus had ravaged Steven Holcomb's vision and forced him to consider retirement in 2008. But thanks to support from people like you, the U.S. Olympic Committee and U.S. Bobsledding Foundation were able to pay for an experimental surgery and restore Holcomb's vision. He has since led his team to the first U.S. four-man bobsledding gold medal in 62 years and put himself in position for Sochi success.