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Who will win gold for Team GB on the snow and ice of Pyeongchang

Posted on: February 13, 2018

With Britain enjoying sub-zero temperatures at night and parts of the country covered in a dusting of snow, it’s getting us in the mood for the Winter Olympics that has just started in Pyeongchang in South Korea.
And there are five Britons that have a realistic chance of getting amongst the medals, maybe even a gold.

The skeleton ice rocket - Lizzy Yarnold
Team GB was led out at the opening ceremony by skeleton competitor Lizzy Yarnold. The 29-year-old is one of the British athletes gunning for gold and she’s bidding to become the first Brit to retain a Winter Olympic title. She won gold in Sochi but has struggled for form this season. 

The ice-track thunderbolt - Elise Christie
Christie can dominate the short-track speed skating. She goes in the 1,000m and 1500m — where she is world champion for both — and also the 500m, for which she holds the world record.  

The snow style-monster - James Woods
The skier can win gold or be out of

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