Matt Hamilton has the potential to win two medals with Team USA in PyeongChang as a member of the John Shuster rink and in mixed doubles with his sister, Becca Hamilton. Mixed doubles curling will make its Olympic debut in 2018 and Hamilton is hoping to make his first appearance along with the event. Thanks to a top-10 performance at world championships, the sibling pair has already locked a national quota spot for Team USA at the 2018 Games. In men's curling, Hamilton has teamed with Shuster, Tyler George and John Landsteiner for three consecutive years in representing Team USA on the world stage, winning bronze at the 2016 World Championships – the first medal by a U.S. men's curling team at the event since 2007. With the bronze in 2016 and a fourth-place finish in 2017, the team earned the U.S. an Olympic berth and finished the season with a No. 20 ranking on the world tour. Hamilton will look to punch his ticket to PyeongChang at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Curling, to be held Nov. 11-18 in Omaha, Nebraska, followed by the Mixed Doubles Trials, set for Dec. 13-17, in Blaine, Minnesota.