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Continued: Meet the Minnesota Olympians

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Bio: Ringsred retired from skating after missing the 2010 Olympic team. After finishing her degree in engineering, she decided to resume training in 2012 and take one more shot — and made the team for Sochi with a second-place finish in the 3,000 meters at December’s Olympic trials. A veteran of several U.S. world championships teams, she now lives and trains in Calgary.

Event: 3,000 meters, Feb. 9, 5:30 a.m.

MARIA LAMB

St. Paul • speedskating

Age: 28

Olympic experience: Third (2006, 2010)

Twitter handle: @MariaTLamb

Bio: Two days before the women’s 5,000-meter race at December’s Olympic trials, Lamb spent several hours in an emergency room because of a throat infection and a migraine. She had to win the event to make her third Olympic team, and she did so handily. A multiple national champion with a long international résumé, Lamb was born in St. Paul, grew up in River Falls, Wis., and now lives in Park City, Utah.

Event: 5,000 meters, Feb. 19, 7:30 a.m.

T.J. OSHIE

Warroad • men’s hockey

Age: 27

Height/weight: 5-11, 189

Position: Forward

Olympic experience: First

Twitter handle: @OSH74

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