How many rhythmic gymnasts from Team USA are competing at the Olympics?

After sending a full rhythmic gymnastics contingent - two individuals and a group -to the Olympics for the first time ever in Tokyo, the United States has only qualified one athlete to the Paris Olympics. 

Tokyo Olympian Evita Griskenas earned her spot at the 2023 Pan American Games, where she took home a silver medal in the all-around. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How many athletes can compete in Olympic rhythmic gymnastics?

In total, 94 rhythmic gymnasts will compete at the 2024 Paris Olympics - 24 individual athletes and 14 groups (five athletes per group). 

How do you qualify for rhythmic gymnastics at the Olympics?

In total, 24 quotas are awarded for the individual all-around competition, which includes one spot for the host country and one Universality spot. Quota spots are awarded to 14 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) for the group all-around competition. 

Quota spots were awarded through the following competitions: 

  • 2022 World Championships: Three individual athletes and three groups
  • 2023 World Championships: 14 individual athletes and five groups 
  • 2024 Continental Championships: Five individual athletes and five groups 
  • Host Country: One individual athlete and one group was awarded to France
  • Universality Spot: One individual athlete (must have competed at the 2023 World Championships) will earn a spot through the IOC Tripartite Commission.