With the 2024 Paris Games approaching, Olympic qualifying is in full swing. The qualification timeline and process is different for every sport, but some athletes have already earned their spots on the U.S. Olympic team. Many more will be named to the team in the months ahead as Olympic Trials and the end of qualification periods approach.

Below is a list of athletes that have already qualified to represent the U.S. in Paris, along with some background information on how other athletes can still qualify in the months ahead.

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The U.S. has earned quota spots for three women and one man, with the final chance to earn quota spots coming up at a qualification tournament in June. As far as team events, the U.S. is currently eligible to compete in the women's event and the mixed team event. To determine which athletes make the Olympic roster, USA Archery held Olympic Trials, which involved multiple stages. If the U.S. successfully earns two more quota spots for men, those will be filled by Trenton Cowles and Jack Williams.

Brady Ellison

Casey Kaufhold
Catalina GNoriega
Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez

Artistic Swimming

The U.S. has qualified an artistic swimming team for the first time since 2008. Due to a recent rule change, men are now eligible for spots on the team for the first time ever, but no athletes have officially been named to the Olympic roster yet. The U.S. also qualified for the women's duet event.


The qualification period for badminton concluded on April 28. At that point, athletes officially qualified for the Paris Olympics based on the final ranking list.

Men's Doubles
Vincent Chiu
Joshua Yuan

Women's Singles
Beiwen Zhang

Women's Doubles
Annie Xu
Kerry Xu

Mixed Doubles
Vincent Chiu
Jennie Gai


The U.S. has qualified men's and women's basketball teams based on its results at the most recent World Cups. The men's roster, a star-studded cast featuring four previous NBA MVP winners, was announced on April 17. The women's roster will be announced at a later date.

Bam Adebayo, F/C (Miami Heat)
Devin Booker, G (Phoenix Suns)
Stephen Curry, G (Golden State Warriors)
Anthony Davis, F/C (Los Angeles Lakers)
Kevin Durant, F (Phoenix Suns)
Anthony Edwards, G (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Joel Embiid, C (Philadelphia 76ers)
Tyrese Haliburton, G (Indiana Pacers)
Jrue Holiday, G (Boston Celtics)
LeBron James, F (Los Angeles Lakers)
Kawhi Leonard, F (Los Angeles Clippers)
Jayson Tatum, F (Boston Celtics)

Basketball 3x3

The U.S. has qualified men's and women's 3x3 teams thanks to its place in the world rankings. The men's roster, headlined by former BYU standout Jimmer Fredette, was announced in March and features the same group of players that won silver at the 2023 FIBA World Cup. The women's roster has not yet been announced but could potentially include some WNBA players who miss out on making the 5-on-5 roster.

Canyon Barry
Jimmer Fredette
Kareem Maddox
Dylan Travis

Beach Volleyball

The main qualification period for beach volleyball ends on June 10. Most Olympic spots will be awarded at that time, with the caveat that each country can qualify a maximum of two pairs of players. However, two U.S. women's pairings and one men's team have already mathematically clinched their spots for Paris. The U.S. is currently in position to get a second men's pairing as well.

Andy Benesh/Miles Partain

Taryn Kloth/Kristen Nuss
Kelly Cheng/Sara Hughes


Several U.S. boxers have already qualified through either the 2023 Pan American Games or the first Olympic qualifying tournament. For all non-qualified weight classes, the members of the 2024 USA Boxing Elite High Performance Team have the opportunity to participate in one more Olympic qualifying tournament (May 23-June 3) where they can earn a quota spot for the U.S.

Featherweight: Jahmal Harvey
Welterweight: Omari Jones
Super Heavyweight: Joshua Edwards

Flyweight: Jennifer Lozano
Lightweight: Jajaira Gonzalez
Welterweight: Morelle McCane


For the Olympic debut of breaking, each country can qualify up to four athletes (two men, two women). So far, two U.S. athletes (one man, one woman) have secured their Olympic places, but two more spots are still available for American breakers. The last chance to earn a quota spot will be through the Olympic Qualifier Series, which concludes in June.

Victor Montalvo

Sunny Choi


Qualification is currently ongoing for canoeing. Each country is limited to one boat per event, and a series of Olympic Trials determined which athletes fill the quota spots earned by the U.S. Several athletes have officially qualified for the U.S. Olympic canoeing team thus far, but more are expected to join them as qualification events continue.

Men's Canoe Slalom
Casey Eichfeld

Men's K-2 Sprint
Jonas Ecker
Aaron Small

Women's Canoe Slalom
Evy Leibfarth

Women's Canoe Sprint
Nevin Harrison

Women's Kayak Slalom
Evy Leibfarth

Women's Kayak Cross
Evy Leibfarth


The qualification period for road cycling has ended, and the U.S. can bring a team of three men and two women to Paris. Notably, one of the two women nominated to the team, Taylor Knibb, had already qualified in triathlon. The U.S. has also earned several quota spots in track cycling, but no athletes have been named to the Olympic team yet. Meanwhile, qualification for mountain biking, BMX racing and BMX freestyle is still ongoing, and the U.S. has already started securing quota spots in some of those disciplines.

Men's Road Cycling
Brandon McNulty

Women's Road Cycling
Chloe Dygert
Taylor Knibb

Women's BMX Racing
Daleny Vaughn
Alise Willoughby


The U.S. will have at least one diver in every Olympic event with the exception of men's synchronized platform. In total, the U.S. has currently qualified six out of a possible eight quota spots in the individual events, in addition to qualifying a team for three of the four synchronized events. The athletes filling those quota spots will be determined at U.S. Olympic Diving Trials taking place June 16-23 in Knoxville, Tennessee.


The U.S. successfully qualified for all three team events (dressage, jumping, eventing), and as a result, will also have three entries in each of the individual competitions. The Olympic roster will be named later this year.


The U.S. qualified for five of the six team events, only missing out on men's epee. As a result, the U.S. will also have three fencers in each of the individual events for those five disciplines. A fourth athlete per discipline has also been named as a replacement for the team events only.

*Denotes replacement athletes for the team event

Men's Foil
Nick Itkin
Alexander Massialas
Gerek Meinhardt
*Miles Chamley-Watson

Men's Sabre
Eli Dershwitz
Colin Heathcock
Mitchell Saron
*Filip Dolegiewicz

Women's Epee
Anne Cebula
Margherita Guzzi Vincenti
Hadley Husisian
*Kat Holmes

Women's Foil
Jackie Dubrovich
Lee Kiefer
Lauren Scruggs
*Maia Weintraub

Women's Sabre
Tatiana Nazlymov
Magda Skarbonkiewicz
Elizabeth Tartakovsky
*Maia Chamberlain

Field Hockey

After missing the tournament in Tokyo, the U.S. women's field hockey team will return to the Olympics for the first time since 2016. The Olympic roster is expected to be named in mid-June The U.S. men did not qualify for Paris.


The qualification period for golf ends on June 17 for men and June 24 for women. Players will automatically qualify based on the International Golf Federation's world ranking list at that time. The U.S. could send the maximum of four men and four women to Paris, provided that all those players are ranked in the top 15 at the end of the qualification period. Current world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler was the first American to mathematically secure a spot in Paris.

Scottie Scheffler


The U.S. has qualified full teams for both the men and women thanks its performances at the last two world championships. That means that five men and five women will ultimately be named to the Olympic team. As part of the selection process, Olympic Trials will be held June 27-30 in Minneapolis. Only the top-ranked athlete in the all-round competitions for both men and women will earn an automatic spot on the Olympic team, however; the rest of the team will be decided by discretionary selection.


The U.S. did not qualify a men's or women's handball team for Paris 2024. The last time Team USA competed in an Olympic handball tournament was during the 1996 Atlanta Games.


The two-year qualification period for judo will end on June 23, at which point quota spots will be officially allocated based on the world ranking list. However, the majority of qualification quotas became mathematically locked in after the conclusion of the world championships in May. The U.S. had four judokas qualify for Paris.

73kg: Jack Yonezuka
90kg: John Jayne

48kg: Maria Laborde
52kg: Angelica Delgado

Modern Pentathlon

The qualifying period will end on June 17 after the conclusion of the 2024 World Championships. So far, one U.S. athlete has qualified via the 2023 Pan American Games.

Jess Davis

Rhythmic Gymnastics

The U.S. will only have one rhythmic gymnast competing in Paris, with Evita Griskenas earning her spot at the 2023 Pan American Games. She'll compete in the individual all-around, but the U.S. was unable to qualify for the group event.

Evita Griskenas


The U.S. qualified 12 (out of a possible 14) boats for the Paris Olympics. For some of the boats, a selection camp was held in March to determine who would fill them in Paris. For other boats, Olympic Trials were held in April to determine which rowers would fill them. In the case of the women's four and women's eight, a group of 13 rowers were named to the Olympic team, but it has not yet been decided who will be in which boat.

Men's Single Sculls
Jacob Plihal

Men's Pair
William Bender
Oliver Bub

Men's Double Sculls
Ben Davison
Sorin Koszyk

Men's Four
Justin Best
Liam Corrigan
Michael Grady
Nick Mead

Men's Eight
Chris Carlson
Peter Chatain
Clark Dean
Henry Hollingsworth
Rielly Milne (coxswain)
Evan Olson
Pieter Quinton
Nick Rusher
Christian Tabash

Women's Single Sculls
Kara Kohler

Women's Pair
Azja Czajkowski
Jessica Thoennes

Women's Double Sculls
Sophia Vitas
Kristi Wagner

Women's Lightweight Double Sculls
Molly Reckford
Michelle Sechser

Women's Quadruple Sculls
Teal Cohen
Emily Delleman
Grace Joyce
Lauren O'Connor

Women's Four or Eight
Charlotte Buck
Molly Bruggeman
Nina Castagna
Olivia Coffey
Claire Collins
Margaret Hedeman
Emily Kallfelz
Kaitlin Knifton
Mary Mazzio-Manson
Meghan Musnicki
Kelsey Reelick
Regina Salmons
Madeleine Wanamaker


The U.S. has qualified men's and women's rugby teams for the Paris Olympics, but rosters have yet to be announced.


The U.S. has qualified a boat for nine of the 10 events and will take a total of 13 sailors to Paris.

Men's Skiff
Ian Barrows
Hans Henken

Men's Windsurfing
Noah Lyons

Men's Kite
Markus Edegran

Women's Dinghy
Erika Reineke

Women's Skiff
Stephanie Roble
Maggie Shea

Women's Windsurfing
Dominique Stater

Women's Kite
Daniela Moroz

Men's Pair
Lara Dallman-Weiss
Stu McNay

Mixed Multihall
David Liebenberg
Sarah Newberry Moore


Qualifying is still ongoing, but the U.S. has already earned at least one quota spot in 11 of the 12 individual events (all except men's air pistol). Each country can earn up to two quota spots in each event. To determine which athletes fill the quota spots, the U.S. held Olympic Trials that took place over multiple stages.

Men's Rapid Fire Pistol
Henry Leverett
Keith Sanderson

Men's Air Rifle
Ivan Roe

Men's Smallbore Rifle
Ivan Roe

Men's Skeet
Vincent Hancock
Conner Prince

Men's Trap
Will Hinton
Derrick Mein

Women's Air Pistol
Katelyn Abeln
Lexi Lagan

Women's Sport Pistol
Katelyn Abeln
Ada Khorkin

Women's Air Rifle
Sagen Maddalena
Mary Tucker

Women's Smallbore Rifle
Sagen Maddalena
Mary Tucker

Women's Skeet
Austen Smith
Dania Vizzi

Women's Trap
Ryann Phillips
Rachel Tozier


The two-year qualification period for skateboarding ends on June 23. At that point, athletes will directly qualify for Paris based on the final world rankings. The U.S. can qualify a maximum of three skaters in each event (men's street, women's street, men's park, women's park).


By reaching the final of the CONCACAF U20 Championship back in July 2022, the U.S. men successfully qualified for the Olympics for the first time since 2008. The U.S. women, meanwhile, qualified for the Paris Games after winning the CONCACAF W Championship in July 2022. Rosters will be announced later this year, but there have been hints about several players who are likely to play for the men's team.

Sport Climbing

Qualifying is ongoing. So far six Americans have earned spots on the Olympic team via their results at either last year's World Championships or Pan American Games. The Olympic Qualifier Series, which concludes in June, is the last chance for additional athletes to clinch spots in Paris.

Men's Speed
Sam Watson

Men's Bouldering & Lead Combined
Colin Duffy
Jesse Grupper

Women's Speed
Emma Hunt
Piper Kelly

Women's Bouldering & Lead Combined
Natalia Grossman


Qualification wrapped up with the 2024 ISA World Surfing Games in March. In total, the U.S. qualified five surfers (three women, two men), giving it the second-biggest delegation behind Brazil (6).

Griffin Colapinto
John John Florence

Caroline Marks
Carissa Moore
Caity Simmers


For pool swimming, the team of athletes that will represent the U.S. will be decided at the 2024 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials held June 15-23 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Every individual event contested at the Olympic Games will also take place at Trials. Olympic spots will go to the athletes that finish first and second in each event. Swimmers can also qualify as relay team members by finishing third through sixth in the 100m and 200m freestyle events. For open water swimming, three athletes have directly qualified for the Olympics based on their results at the 2023 or 2024 World Championships.

Open Water Swimming

Men's 10km
Ivan Puskovitch

Women's 10km
Katie Grimes
Mariah Denigan

Table Tennis

By winning the 2023 Pan American Games, the U.S. women secured a spot at the Paris Games in the team event. That allows the U.S. to bring a full team of three women to Paris, although only two will be allowed to compete in the singles tournament. Lily Zhang was able to automatically qualify for the U.S. team, while the other two spots were decided at Olympic Trials. Kanak Jha was the lone qualifier for the men, earning his spot through a Pan American tournament in May.

Kanak Jha

Lily Zhang
Amy Wang
Rachel Sung


The U.S. Olympic taekwondo team will consist of four athletes. One athlete, CJ Nickolas, was able to qualify via the world rankings at the end of the qualification period in December 2023; the other three qualified via a Pan American tournament in April.

80kg: CJ Nickolas
80+kg: Jonathan Healy

57kg: Faith Dillon
67kg: Kristina Teachout


The qualifying period for tennis ends on June 10. At that time, the ATP (for men) and WTA (for women) ranking lists will be used to determine Olympic qualifiers. Each country can have a maximum of 12 players (six men, six women) competing in Paris. Countries will be limited to no more than four players in men's and women's singles. In March, Coco Gauff became the first American to mathematically clinch an Olympic spot, and several other players have joined her in doing so since then. One such player, Ben Shelton, has previously indicated that he is likely to skip the Olympics.

Taylor Fritz
Tommy Paul
Ben Shelton*

Coco Gauff
Jessica Pegula

*May skip the Olympics

Track & Field

The majority of the Olympic team will be decided at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials taking place June 21-30 in Eugene, Oregon. The top three finishers in each event at Trials make the Olympic roster, provided they have met the Olympic qualifying standard. Additional athletes, based on results from Trials, can also be added to the relay pools. A separate trial was held in February 2024 to determine which marathoners will represent the U.S. in Paris.

Marathons & Race Walks

Men's Marathon
Conner Mantz
Clayton Young

Women's Marathon
Fiona O'Keeffe
Emily Sisson
Dakotah Lindwurm


The U.S. will have two athletes (one man, one woman) competing in trampoline at the Paris Games. The team will be announced in June after the conclusion of the USA Gymnastics Championships.


The U.S. secured four quota spots (two for men, two for women) as part of the mixed relay qualification and then earned an additional women's spot when the qualification period for individual quota spots ended in May. Each country can have a maximum of three quota spots per gender. Two athletes secured their spots on the U.S. triathlon team thanks to their results at the Olympic Test Event last year in Paris. One of those athletes, Taylor Knibb, later qualified for Paris in a second sport (road cycling) as well.

Morgan Pearson

Taylor Knibb


After winning its Olympic qualification tournaments last year, the U.S. will have men's and women's volleyball teams at the Paris Games. The men's roster was announced in May, and the women's roster will be announced at a later date.

Matt Anderson
Taylor Averill
Micah Christenson
T.J. DeFalco
Max Holt
Thomas Jaeschke
Jeff Jendryk
Micah Ma’a
Garrett Muagututia
Aaron Russell
Erik Shoji
David Smith

Water Polo

The U.S. has qualified men's and women's teams for Paris after winning gold in both divisions at the 2023 Pan American Games. Rosters have not yet been announced.


Although there are five different weight classes per gender, each country can only have three lifters per gender on their Olympic team. (There is also a limit of one athlete per weight class from each nation.) Hampton Morris was the lone man to finish in Olympic qualifying position, but Wes Kitts made the team by earning a continental spot. On the women's side, four women finished in Olympic qualifying position, but Jourdan Delacruz, Olivia Reeves and Mary Theisen-Lappen were named to the team based on their rankings within their respective weight classes.

61kg: Hampton Morris
102kg: Wes Kitts

49kg: Jourdan Delacruz
71g: Olivia Reeves
81+kg: Mary Theisen-Lappen


The 2024 U.S. Olympic wrestling team will be comprised of 15 athletes. The U.S. earned quota spots in all 12 freestyle weight classes (six men, six women), but only qualified three of six spots in Greco-Roman. Olympic Trials were held April 19-20 at Penn State University to determine which athletes will fill those quota spots in Paris.

Men's Freestyle
57kg: Spencer Lee
65kg: Zain Retherford
74kg: Kyle Dake
86kg: Aaron Brooks
97kg: Kyle Snyder
125kg: Mason Parris

Women's Freestyle
50kg: Sarah Hildebrandt
53kg: Dominique Parrish
57kg: Helen Maroulis
62kg: Kayla Miracle
68kg: Amit Elor
76kg: Kennedy Blades

87kg: Payton Jacobson
97kg: Joe Rau
130kg: Adam Coon