US Speedskating Announces Short Track Winter World Cup and World Championship Teams

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The 2015-16 Short Track Winter World Cup teams will compete in the ISU World Cups in Dresden, Germany (Feb. 5-7) and Dordrecht, Germany (Feb. 12-14). The 2015-16 World Championships will take place in Seoul, South Korea from March 11-13.

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US Speedskating announced today the 2015-16 Short Track Winter World Cup teams that will compete in the ISU World Cup in Dresden, Germany (Feb. 5-7) and Dordrecht, Germany (Feb. 12-14). The organization also announced the 2015-16 World Championships team that will compete in Seoul, South Korea from March 11-13. Teams were selected following the US Short Track Championships that took place at the Utah Olympic Oval on Jan. 8-10.

Full rosters of the 2015-16 Short Track Winter World Cup teams and the World Championship team are below:

World Cup Dresden – Dresden, Germany (Feb. 5-7)
Men
Keith Carroll Jr. (Honey Brook, Pa.)
Chris Creveling (Kitnersville, Pa.)
Cole Krueger (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
John-Henry Krueger (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Aaron Tran (Federal Way, Wash.)

Women
Lexi Burkholder (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Kimi Goetz (Flemington, N.J.)
Katy Ralston (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
Kristen Santos (Fairfield, Conn.)
April Shin (Rockville, Md.)

World Cup Dordrecht – Dordrecht, Netherlands (Feb. 12-14)
Men
Keith Carroll Jr. (Honey Brook, Pa.)
Chris Creveling (Kitnersville, Pa.)
Cole Krueger (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
John-Henry Krueger (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Aaron Tran (Federal Way, Wash.)

Women
Lexi Burkholder (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Kimi Goetz (Flemington, N.J.)
Katy Ralston (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
Kristen Santos (Fairfield, Conn.)

Short Track World Championships – Seoul, South Korea (March 11-13)
Men
Keith Carroll Jr. (Honey Brook, Pa.)
*Cole Krueger (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
John-Henry Krueger (Pittsburgh, Pa.)

Women
Kimi Goetz (Flemington, N.J.)
*April Shin (Rockville, Md.)
Jessica Smith-Kooreman (Melvindale, Mich.)
*Alternates

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