CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Arguably the best hope for a medal among U.S. female speedskaters, Reutter has been angling for a breakout performance in Vancouver. … She won her third consecutive championship at the U.S. Olympic trials, winning the overall distance classification in the 1,000 and 1,500 meters. … Reutter won her first World Cup gold medal in Beijing with a victory in the 1,000 meters and added a silver in the 3,000-meter relay and bronze in the 1,500 meters. … Finished second in the 1,000 meters and fourth in the 500 meters at the World Cup event in Marquette, Mich., her second straight World Cup event in which she claimed a medal after winning the 1,500 meters in Montreal. ... Reutter also picked up a second-place finish in the 3,000-meter relay in Montreal, teaming with Allison Baver, Kimberly Derrick and Alyson Dudek. ... She appears to be developing a rivalry with South Korean skater Lee Eun-Byul, whom she held off to beat in Beijing before the two collided in Seoul during the 1,500-meter final. … She also won three silver medals in the 1,500 meters during the 2008-09 World Cup season and one silver in the 1,000 meters. … The 21-year-old currently holds the American record in the 1,000 meters at 1:29.667.