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Olympics: ‘Team Utah’ already has sights set on Pyeongchang
Sports » Athletes with Utah ties pick up 14 medals, including five golds, in Sochi.

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That combination meant that nearly 70 athletes who live at least part-time in Utah competed in Sochi, with some of the medalists even hoping to expand on their triumphs in Pyeongchang.

Freeskier Devin Logan, for example, who lives in Park City and won silver in slopestyle, hopes to also compete in the halfpipe in Pyeongchang, something she couldn’t quite accomplish in Sochi.

At a glance

Utah medalists in Sochi

Athlete Residence Event Medal

Eddy Alvarez West Jordan Short-track relay Silver

Torah Bright Salt Lake City Snowboard halfpipe Silver

Maddie Bowman Salt Lake City Ski halfpipe Gold

J.R. Celski Salt Lake City Short-track relay Silver

Joss Christensen Park City Ski slopestyle Gold

Chris Creveling Midvale Short-track relay Silver

Alex Deibold Park City Snowboardcross Bronze

Kaitlyn Farrington Salt Lake City Snowboard halfpipe Gold

Steven Holcomb Park City Two-man bobsled Bronze

Sage Kotsenburg Park City Snowboard slopestyle Gold

Ted Ligety Park City Giant slalom Gold

Devin Logan Park City Ski slopestyle Silver

Jordan Malone West Jordan Short-track relay Silver

Noelle Pikus-Pace Eagle Mountain Skeleton Silver

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Meanwhile, snowboardcross bronze medalist Alex Deibold was imagining a day when he might have to face much greater expectations than he did here, entering the competition known mostly for spending the Vancouver Games as a wax technician for his teammates.

"It’s been kind of nice not to have that spotlight and that pressure," the part-time Park City resident told USA Today. "You look at Shaun White, and I’m sure people are gonna pick him apart and tear him limb from limb because he didn’t win. That pressure is pretty unbelievable. Hopefully I’ll have to learn how to deal with it at some point."

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