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5 Female Olympians to Watch in Vancouver

We caught up with five of our favorite female contenders for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Learn their go-to workout moves, diet foods, feel-good songs, and more.
Olympian Hannah Teter Hannah Teter (Snowboarding)

In 2002 the now 23-year-old from Belmont, Vermont, won the Junior World Championships, where she became the first woman to land a 900 in the half-pipe competition (that means she completed a midair rotation of 900 degrees). In 2003 she was the youngest member of the U.S. National Team.

Training schedule: Two to three hours most days
Hurts-so-good move: One-legged squats with 20-pound dumbbells on the Bosu ball
Pre-workout fuel: Organic fruit
On her iPod: The Beautiful Girls' "Black Bird"

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, February 2010.