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Team USA roster: Who has qualified for PyeongChang 2018?

A rundown of which Americans have qualified for the 2018 Winter Olympics and when qualifications take place in each sport

See below for information on when and how Team USA qualifying for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games takes place in each sport, and check back often to see who has qualified to represent the United States in PyeongChang.

Alpine Skiing

Women
Stacey Cook 
Breezy Johnson
Tricia Mangan 
Megan McJames
Alice McKennis
Alice Merryweather 
Laurenne Ross 
Mikaela Shiffrin 
Resi Stiegler
Lindsey Vonn 

Men
Bryce Bennett
Tommy Biesemeyer
David Chodounsky
Ryan Cochran-Siegle
Mark Engel
Tommy Ford
Jared Goldberg
Tim Jitloff 
Nolan Kasper
Ted Ligety 
Wiley Maple
Andrew Weibrecht

2018 U.S. Olympic Alpine skiing team

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Biathlon

Men
Lowell Bailey*
Sean Doherty
Tim Burke
Leif Nordgren
Russell Currier

Women
Susan Dunklee
Clare Egan
Emily Dreissigacker
Maddie Phaneuf
Joanne Reid

*designates first U.S. athlete to qualifying for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games

Bobsled

Women
Aja Evans 
Lauren Gibbs
Jamie Greubel Poser 
Elana Meyers Taylor 

Men
Hakeem Abdul-Saboor
Codie Bascue 
Nick Cunningham 
Chris Fogt
Chris Kinney 
Steve Langton
Sam McGuffie
Sam Michener
Justin Olsen 
Carlo Valdes 
Nathan Weber
Evan Weinstock 

2018 U.S. Olympic bobsled team

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Cross-Country Skiing

Men
Erik Bjornsen
Patrick Caldwell
Simi Hamilton
Logan Hanneman
Reese Hanneman
Noah Hoffman
Tyler Kornfield
Andy Newell
Scott Patterson

Women
Sadie Bjornsen
Rosie Brennan
Sophie Caldwell
Jessie Diggins
Rosie Frankowski
Anne Hart
Kaitlynn Miller
Caitlin Patterson
Kikkan Randall
Ida Sargent
Liz Stephen

Curling

Team USA can qualify a maximum of 10 curling athletes (a four-person men’s team, a four-person women’s team and a two-person mixed doubles team) to PyeongChang. Olympic qualification will be based on results from the 2016 and 2017 World Curling Championships. The men’s and women’s teams will be named after the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Curling in Nov. 2017, and the mixed doubles team will be named at a separate Olympic Team Mixed Doubles Trials in Dec. 2017. 

Qualified
Men:
John Shuster
John Landsteiner
Tyler George
Matt Hamilton
Joe Polo
Women:
Nina Roth
Becca Hamilton
Aileen Geving
Tabitha Peterson
Cory Christensen
Mixed doubles:
Matt Hamilton
Becca Hamilton

Figure Skating

Team USA will send 14 skaters to PyeongChang based on results from the 2017 World Championships, where the U.S. athletes earned three ladies Olympics berths, three men's berths, three ice dance berths (six athletes) and one pairs berth (two athletes). The U.S. Olympic Figure Skating Team will be selected after the 2018 U.S. Championships conclude on Jan. 7, 2018. 

Ladies

Bradie Tennell
Mirai Nagasu
Karen Chen

Men

Nathan Chen
Adam Rippon
Vincent Zhou

Dance

Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue
Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani
Madison Chock and Evan Bates

Pairs

Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim

Freestyle Skiing

Halfpipe
David Wise
Alex Ferreira
Torin Yater-Wallace
Aaron Blunck
Maddie Bowman
Brita Sigourney
Devin Logan
Annalisa Drew

Slopestyle
Nick Goepper
Gus Kenworthy
McRae Williams
Alex Hall
Maggie Voisin
Caroline Claire
Devin Logan
Darian Stevens

Moguls
Brad Wilson
Troy Murphy
Casey Andringa
Emerson Smith
Jaelin Kauf
Morgan Schild
Tess Johnson
Keaton McCargo

Aerials
Mac Bohonnon
Jon Lillis
Eric Loughran
Kiley McKinnon
Ashley Caldwell
Madison Olsen

Hockey

In men’s hockey, Team USA qualified for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games when they finished fifth in the 2015 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Rankings. Per the IIHF, the top-8 finishing teams in the 2015 World Rankings qualify for PyeongChang and will be seeded according to the ranking.

Team USA will enter the women’s Olympic hockey tournament in PyeongChang seeded in the top spot as they make a run at gold, which has eluded them since winning the top prize when women’s hockey made its Olympic debut in 1998. The U.S. women’s team finished first in the 2016 IIHF Women’s World Ranking to qualify for the Olympics in 2018.

On New Year's Day, USA Hockey released their rosters for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic and Paralympic teams.

Luge

Women
Summer Britcher
Erin Hamlin 
Emily Sweeney 

Men
Chris Mazdzer
Taylor Morris
Tucker West 

Doubles
Matt Mortensen and Jayson Terdiman
Justin Krewson and Andrew Sherk

2018 U.S. Olympic luge team

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Nordic Combined

Team USA will send five athletes in Nordic combined to PyeongChang, based on the Olympic Quota Allocation List. Athletes are chosen based on results from Olympic Trials and World Cup standings, as well as recommendations from the coaching staff. 

Bryan Fletcher: Won Olympic Trials on Dec. 30
Taylor Fletcher
Ben Berend
Jasper Good
Ben Loomis

Short Track

Team USA can qualify a maximum of 10 athletes to PyeongChang, based on results from designated World Cup competitions held from Sept. to Dec. 2017. Up to three athletes in each event will be named to the U.S. Olympic team after the short track Olympic Trials, which will be held from December 15-17, 2017 at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City. 

Qualified
Men:

John-Henry Krueger
J.R. Celski
Aaron Tran
Thomas Hong
Ryan Pivirotto
Women:
Lana Gehring
Maame Biney
Jessica Kooreman

Skeleton

Men
Matt Antoine 
John Daly 

Women
Katie Uhlaender 
Kendall Wesenberg

2018 U.S. Olympic skeleton team

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Ski Jumping

Team USA can send a four men's and three women's ski jumpers to PyeongChang, based on the Olympic Quota Allocation List. Athletes are chosen based on results from Olympic Trials and World Cup standings, as well as recommendations from the coaching staff. 

Sarah Hendrickson: Won Olympic Trials on Dec. 31.
Nita Englund
Abby Rinquist
Michael Glasder: Won Olympic Trials on Dec. 31.
Kevin Bickner
Casey Larson
Will Rhoads

Speed Skating

Team USA can send a maximum of 10 male and 10 female speedskaters to PyeongChang based on results from the ISU World Cup competitions during the 2017-18 season. Up to three athletes in each event will qualify for the U.S. Olympic team after the speed skating Olympic Trials, which will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from January 2-7, 2018.

Qualified
Men:
Shani Davis
Joey Mantia
Mitch Whitmore
Jonathan Garcia
Kimani Griffin
Brian Hansen
Emery Lehman
Women:
Heather Bergsma
Brittany Bowe
Erin Jackson
Jerica Tandiman
Mia Manganello
Carlijn Schoutens

Snowboarding

Halfpipe
Shaun White
Ben Ferguson
Jake Pates
Chase Josey
Chloe Kim
Kelly Clark
Maddie Mastro
Arielle Gold

Slopestyle/Big Air
Chris Corning
Red Gerard
Kyle Mack
Ryan Stassel
Jamie Anderson
Julia Marino
Hailey Langland
Jessika Jenson

Snowboard Cross
Jonathan Cheever
Nick Baumgartner
Mick Dierdorff
Hagen Kearney
Lindsey Jacobellis
Faye Gulini
Rosie Mancari
Meghan Tierney

Parallel Giant Slalom
Aaron Muss
Michael Trapp

What you need to know for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games

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