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Ice dancers looking for redemption

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Two ice dancers from Team U.S.A. said they are seeking redemption at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea after a disappointing finish four years ago.

Madison Chock and Even Bates placed 8th in Sochi back in 2014.

The pair said they are envisioning their success ahead of the games.

 “We do take time to visualize our perfect performance, visualize ourselves on the podium to bask in that glory,” said Bates. “That adds to our motivation because we want that dream to become reality.”

This will be the pairs second time competing together at the Olympics.

The United States will send three ice dance couples to the Olympics stage for the fourth consecutive year.

The other pairs are Maia and Alex Shibutani along with Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue. 

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