Team USA Olympian Jenny Potter is a real-life hockey mom, and Olympian Dustin Brown a real-life hockey dad. But unlike former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, these parents aren't shuttling their kids to and from hockey practice. They're the athletes themselves, juggling training and family life as they prepare for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Potter, a mother of two and USA women's ice hockey team forward, says her 20 teammates are like sisters to her 9-year-old daughter. And Brown, a father of two and a forward for the USA men's ice hockey team, says it's "awesome" to see his kids attending his games. (For more on their stories, check out the videos below.) While demanding athletic careers can make parenthood a struggle, children of Olympians can look to their parents for a source of inspiration and pride. What passions do you have that your children admire?