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Aerialists Emily Cook and Ashley Caldwell, along with moguls skiers Heather McPhie and Bradley Wilson all of Park City were among the freestyle skiers named Tuesday to the U.S. Olympic Team for the Sochi Olympics in Russia.
All are Olympic veterans, except Wilson.
Moguls skier Hannah Kearney, the defending Olympic champion and top medal hope in Sochi, headlines the nine-member team, from which Park City aerialist Dylan Ferguson was left off.
It's the second time Ferguson will miss the Olympics; he made the team for the 2010 Vancouver Games, but suffered complications from an appendectomy and had to withdraw. He had not reached the podium at a World Cup event this season, and was passed over for Mac Bohannon.
Cook, Caldwell and McPhie all competed in Vancouver, where Wilson's brother Bryon won a bronze medal. None of them won a medal. Former world champion Patrick Deneen is the other moguls skier named to the men's team, while Heidi Kloser and Eliza Outtrim join Kearney and McPhie on the women's team.