Canadians to watch at the Winter Olympics

Follow these Canadian athletes in their quest for a medal at the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
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Canada's top ice dance duo of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir is back for another run at Olympic gold.
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These will be the fourth Olympic Games for three-time gold medallist Charles Hamelin.
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Mikael Kingsbury has lived up to his royal surname and more as Canada's premier moguls skier.
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Mark McMorris, a seven-time X Games gold medallist in big air and slopestyle, had already secured a spot in Pyeongchang when he was involved in a near-fatal crash while backcountry snowboarding in March.
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Canada's first family of freestyle has a lot to boast about — youngest sister Justine Dufour-Lapointe, left, won moguls gold in Sochi, while middle child Chloe took silver.
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Women's hockey captain Marie-Philip Poulin has a knack for scoring goals in gold-medal games.
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Slopestyle and big air dual threat Max Parrot is considered a podium favourite for both events at these Olympic Games.
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Ottawa's Rachel Homan was undefeated at last year's world championships.
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Linden Vey enters the Winter Olympics as one of the KHL's leading point-scorers.
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Long track mass start speed skating will make its Olympic debut in Pyeongchang, something that caters perfectly to 2016 world champ Ivanie Blondin.
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Veteran skip Kevin Koe avenged his Brier loss to Brad Gushue at the Olympic curling trials in December to secure his spot in Pyeongchang.
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Can Kaillie Humphries make it three Olympic bobsleigh golds in a row?
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Alex Harvey, the cross-country skier famous for his air-guitar celebration, heads into the Winter Olympics with plenty of confidence.
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