February 2

Meet 13 Olympians with Maine ties

• RUSSELL CURRIER, biathlon

Maine connection: From Stockholm, 2006 graduate of Caribou High School; trains at Maine Winter Sports Center.

Olympic experience: 2014

• LOWELL BAILEY, biathlon

Maine connection: Trains at Maine Winter Sports Center; mom lives in Brunswick.

Olympic experience: 2006, 2010, 2014

• TIM BURKE, biathlon

Maine connection: Trains at Maine Winter Sports Center

Olympic experience: 2006, 2010, 2014

• LANNY BARNES, biathlon

Maine connection: Trains at Maine Winter Sports Center

Olympic experience: 2006, 2010, 2014

• ANNELIES COOK, biathlon

Maine connection: Trains at Maine Winter Sports Center

Olympic experience: 2014

• KRIS FREEMAN, cross-country skiing

Maine connection: Trains at Maine Winter Sports Center

Olympic experience: 2014

• BODE MILLER, Alpine skiing

Maine connection: From Easton, N.H., a 1996 graduate of Carrabassett Valley Academy

Olympic experience: 1998, 2002 (won two silver medals), 2006, 2010 (won gold, silver, bronze medals), 2014

• EMILY COOK, aerials

Maine connection: From Belmont, Mass., a 1997 graduate of Carrabassett Valley Academy

Olympic experience: 2006, 2010, 2014

• ANNALISA DREW, halfpipe

Maine connection: Post-grad student Carrabassett Valley Academy for 2011-12 season

Olympic experience: 2014

• EMILY BAMFORD, Alpine skiing (Australia)

Maine connection: Student at Bates College

Olympic experience: 2014

• JIMMY HOWARD, men’s ice hockey

Maine connection: Played at University of Maine

Olympic experience: 2014

• FOREST CAREY, Coach, U.S. Ski Team

Maine connection: Former coach at Carrabassett Valley Academy

Olympic experience: 2014

• MARK FAWCETT, Canada’s Alpine snowboard coach

Maine connection: A 1990 graduate of Carrabassett Valley Academy

Olympic experience: 2002

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