The United States Olympic Team for the Tokyo Games will be the country's second-largest ever. In total, 613 athletes were named to the team, though the team could ultimately expand to as many as 627 athletes by the end of the Games due to rules that allow countries to sub in alternates for several team events. Notably, the U.S. team will break the record for most women to represent a nation at a single Olympic Games.

Over the last several months, athletes have been named to the team as they secured their spots through either selection or direct qualification. Some athletes automatically earned spots once the qualification period for their sport officially ended, but many others needed to compete at U.S. Olympic Trials to earn their places.

Below is a list of athletes that have qualified to represent the U.S. in Tokyo, along with some background information on the qualification process.

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The U.S. has qualified full men’s and women’s teams (three archers each) for Tokyo. All team members will compete in both the individual competition and team event.

Brady Ellison
Jack Williams
Jacob Wukie

Mackenzie Brown
Casey Kaufhold
Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez

Artistic Swimming

The United States successfully qualified for the duet event but missed out on qualifying for the team competition.

Anita Alvarez
Lindi Schroeder


The U.S. will take four players to Tokyo.

Men's Singles
Timothy Lam

Men's Doubles
Philip Chew
Ryan Chew

Women's Singles
Beiwen Zhang


By virtue of winning the Americas Qualifying Tournament in June, the U.S. has secured a spot in the six-team Olympic tournament. Because Major League Baseball won't be taking a break for the Olympics, there are no active MLB players on the roster. However, many of the players are either former pros or up-and-coming prospects within the farm systems of big-league clubs.

Nick Allen; INF; Oakland Athletics (AA)
Eddy Alvarez; INF; Miami Marlins (AAA)
Tyler Austin; OF; Yokohama DeNA Baybears
Shane Baz; RHP; Tampa Bay Rays (AAA)
Anthony Carter; RHP; Saraperos de Saltillo
Triston Casas; INF; Boston Red Sox (AA)
Brandon Dickson; RHP; St. Louis Cardinals (AAA)
Tim Federowicz; C; Los Angeles Dodgers (AAA)
Eric Filia; OF; Seattle Mariners (AAA)
Todd Frazier; INF; Free Agent
Anthony Gose; LHP; Cleveland Indians (AAA)
Edwin Jackson; RHP; Free Agent
Scott Kazmir; LHP; San Francisco Giants (AAA)
Patrick Kivlehan; OF/INF; San Diego Padres (AAA)
Mark Kolozsvary; C; Cincinnati Reds (AA)
Jack Lopez; UTL; Boston Red Sox (AAA)
Nick Martinez; RHP; Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks
Scott McGough; RHP; Tokyo Yakult Swallows
David Robertson; RHP; Free Agent
Joe Ryan; RHP; Tampa Bay Rays (AAA)
Ryder Ryan; RHP; Texas Rangers (AAA)
Bubba Starling; OF; Kansas City Royals (AAA)
Jamie Westbrook; INF/OF; Milwaukee Brewers (AAA)
Simeon Woods-Richardson; RHP; Toronto Blue Jays (AA)


The United States has qualified for both the men's and women's basketball tournaments in Tokyo. USA Basketball initially settled on a 12-man roster for the men's team but was given the flexibility to replace players if needed. Although some of its members, namely Devin Booker and the two Bucks players, have made deep runs in the NBA Playoffs, all three have reportedly committed to traveling to Tokyo no matter how tight the turnaround is. The team was forced to replace Wizards guard Bradley Beal after he entered the health and safety protocols a week before the Olympics, and Cavaliers forward Kevin Love withdrew due to a calf injury. Keldon Johnson and JaVale McGee were named to the team as replacements.

Bam Adebayo, Center/Forward (Miami Heat)
Devin Booker, Guard (Phoenix Suns)
Kevin Durant, Forward (Brooklyn Nets)
Jerami Grant, Forward (Detroit Pistons)
Draymond Green, Forward (Golden State Warriors)
Jrue Holiday, Guard (Milwaukee Bucks)
Keldon Johnson, Forward (San Antonio Spurs)
Zach LaVine, Guard/Forward (Chicago Bulls)
Damian Lillard, Guard (Portland Trailblazers)
JaVale McGee, Center (Denver Nuggets)
Khris Middleton, Forward/Guard (Milwaukee Bucks)
Jayson Tatum, Forward (Boston Celtics)

Ariel Atkins, Guard (Washington Mystics)
Sue Bird, Guard (Seattle Storm)
Tina Charles, Center (Washington Mystics)
Napheesa Collier, Guard/Forward (Minnesota Lynx)
Skylar Diggins-Smith, Guard (Phoenix Mercury)
Sylvia Fowles, Center (Minnesota Lynx)
Chelsea Gray, Guard (Las Vegas Aces)
Brittney Griner, Center (Phoenix Mercury)
Jewell Loyd, Guard (Seattle Storm)
Breanna Stewart, Forward (Seattle Storm)
Diana Taurasi, Guard (Phoenix Mercury)
A’ja Wilson, Forward (Las Vegas Aces)

Basketball 3x3

The United States qualified a women's team in 3x3, but the men will miss out on the sport's Olympic debut. In Tokyo, the women’s team will be made up of some of the top WNBA players not on the 12-woman roster for traditional 5-on-5 basketball. Katie Lou Samuelson was originally named to the team but was unable to make the trip to Tokyo after testing positive for COVID-19. Las Vegas Aces guard Jackie Young will take her place.

Stefanie Dolson
Allisha Gray
Kelsey Plum
Jackie Young

Beach Volleyball

With qualifying now complete, the four U.S. pairings for the Tokyo Games are set. Jake Gibb, 45, is set to become to oldest beach volleyball player to ever compete at the Olympics. His partner, Taylor Crabb, tested positive for COVID right before the start of the Olympics and will be replaced by Tri Bourne. On the women's side, Kerri Walsh Jennings and Brooke Sweat narrowly missed out on qualifying. Walsh Jennings had previously appeared at every Olympics (first as an indoor volleyball player, then a beach volleyball player) since 2000.

Tri Bourne/Jake Gibb
Phil Dalhausser/Nick Lucena

Alix Klineman/April Ross
Kelly Claes/Sarah Sponcil


A Pan-American qualification tournament planned for May was cancelled, which forced the Boxing Task Force to revise the qualification guidelines and allocate continental places to the Americas based on world rankings instead. Six boxers were named to the U.S. team in May, then three more boxers (Ragan, Davis, Isley) who had turned professional during the pandemic were added in June. Those three are set to become the first outright professional boxers to ever compete for the U.S. at the Olympics. The final member, Yarisel Ramirez, was allocated a spot in July to round out Team USA's 10-boxer squad.

Featherweight: Duke Ragan
Lightweight: Keyshawn Davis
Welterweight: Delante Johnson
Middleweight: Troy Isley
Super Heavyweight: Richard Torrez Jr.

Flyweight: Ginny Fuchs
Featherweight: Yarisel Ramirez
Lightweight: Rashida Ellis
Welterweight: Oshae Jones
Middleweight: Naomi Graham


Four U.S. athletes have qualified, including 19-year-old Nevin Harrison, the reigning canoe single 200m world champion.

Women's Sprint
Nevin Harrison

Women's Slalom
Evy Leibfarth

Men's Slalom
Zachary Lokken
Michal Smolen


USA Cycling has named 27 athletes across all disciplines to the Olympic team. One of those athletes, Chloe Dygert, will be competing in both road and track cycling. One woman originally named to the mountain biking team, Chloe Woodruff, withdrew from the team for personal reasons and was replaced by Erin Huck.

Men's BMX Freestyle
Nick Bruce
Justin Dowell

Women's BMX Freestyle
Perris Benegas
Hannah Roberts

Men's BMX Racing
Connor Fields
Corben Sharrah

Women's BMX Racing
Payton Ridenour
Felicia Stancil
Alise Willoughby

Men's Mountain Bike
Christopher Blevins

Women's Mountain Bike
Haley Batten
Kate Courtney
Erin Huck

Men's Road
Lawson Craddock (road race, time trial)
Brandon McNulty (road race, time trial)

Women's Road
Chloe Dygert (road race, time trial)
Amber Neben (time trial)
Coryn Rivera (road race)
Leah Thomas (road race)
Ruth Winder (road race)

Men's Track
Adrian Hegyvary (Madison)
Gavin Hoover (Madison, Omnium)

Women's Track
Chloe Dygert (team pursuit)
Maddie Godby (keirin, sprint)
Megan Jastrab (team pursuit, Madison)
Jennifer Valente (team pursuit, Madison, omnium)
Emma White (team pursuit)
Lily Williams (team pursuit)


The U.S. successfully qualified 11 out of a possible 12 quota spots (all except the men's synchronized platform event), and Olympic Trials were held June 6-13 to determine which athletes will fill those quota spots.

Women's Synchronized Springboard
Alison Gibson and Krysta Palmer

Men's Synchronized Springboard
Andrew Capobianco and Mike Hixon

Women's Synchronized Platform
Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell

Women's Springboard
Hailey Hernandez
Krysta Palmer

Men's Platform
Brandon Loschiavo
Jordan Windle

Men's Springboard
Andrew Capobianco
Tyler Downs

Women's Platform
Delaney Schnell
Katrina Young


The United States has qualified teams in all three disciplines (dressage, jumping, eventing), along with three individual spots in each discipline. Liz Halliday-Sharp was originally named to the eventing team, but her horse, Deniro Z, was later withdrawn. The duo was replaced by Doug Payne and Vandiver.

Adrienne Lyle (riding Salvino)
Steffen Peters (riding Suppenkasper)
Sabine Schut-Kery (riding Sanceo)

Phillip Dutton (riding Z)
Boyd Martin (riding Tsetserleg)
Doug Payne (riding Vandiver)

Kent Farrington (riding Gazelle)
Laura Kraut (riding Baloutinue)
Jessica Springsteen (riding Don Juan van de Donkhoeve)


The U.S. has earned the maximum number of quota spots by qualifying for all six of the team events, which also gives them three athletes in each of the individual competitions. The selection period for the U.S. team has concluded, and 24 athletes will make the trip to Tokyo. It will be the country's largest fencing team ever should all 24 athletes compete. The top three U.S. athletes in each discipline will compete in the individual events, while a fourth athlete per discipline has also been named as a replacement for the team events only. Replacement athletes can be subbed in mid-competition for strategic purposes.

*Denotes replacement athletes for the team event

Men's Epee
Jake Hoyle
Curtis McDowald
Yeisser Ramirez
*Alan Hadzic

Women's Epee
Kat Holmes
Courtney Hurley
Kelley Hurley
*Anna van Brummen

Men's Foil
Nick Itkin
Alexander Massialas
Gerek Meinhardt
*Race Imboden

Women's Foil
Jackie Dubrovich
Lee Keifer
Nicole Ross
*Sabrina Massialas

Men's Sabre
Eli Dershwitz
Daryl Homer
Andrew Mackiewicz
*Khalil Thompson

Women's Sabre
Eliza Stone
Dagmara Wozniak
Mariel Zagunis
*Francesca Russo

Field Hockey

The U.S. didn't qualify for the field hockey tournament and therefore won't be competing in Tokyo.


The U.S. will have a full roster of golfers (four men, four women) in Tokyo. Dustin Johnson, one of the top-ranked golfers in the world, qualified for the team but declined his spot.

Justin Thomas
Collin Morikawa
Xander Schauffele
Bryson DeChambeau

Nelly Korda
Danielle Kang
Lexi Thompson
Jessica Korda


The United States has qualified for both the men's and women's team events. In addition, there are additional spots available for the individual competitions (two for the women, one for the men). With the exception of Jade Carey, who had already secured an individual spot based on results from the FIG Individual Apparatus World Cup Series events, the team was determined at Olympic Trials in June, with some gymnasts qualifying automatically by finishing in the top two of the all-around competition and others being picked by the committee.


Simone Biles
Sunisa Lee
Jordan Chiles
Grace McCallum

Individual Spots
Jade Carey
MyKayla Skinner


Brody Malone
Sam Mikulak
Yul Moldauer
Shane Wiskus

Individual Spot
Alec Yoder


The U.S. didn't qualify a men's or women's team for handball and therefore won't be competing in Tokyo.


The U.S. judo team will consist of four athletes. The U.S. will not compete in the new mixed team event, as it does not meet the roster requirements.

90kg: Colton Brown

52kg: Angelica Delgado
78kg: Nefeli Papadakis
78+kg: Nina Cutro-Kelly


The U.S. has qualified athletes in both men's and women's kata, as well as two athletes in the kumite (fighting) events.

Men's Kata
Ariel Torres

Women's Kata
Sakura Kokumai

Men's Kumite 75kg
Tom Scott

Men's Kumite 75+ kg
Brian Irr

Modern Pentathlon

Two American pentathletes have qualified to compete in Tokyo.

Amro Elgeziry

Samantha Achterberg

Rhythmic Gymnastics

The U.S. has earned two quota spots in the individual competition for the first time since 1992 and has also secured a spot in the group competition.

Evita Griskenas
Laura Zeng

Isabella Connor
Camilla Feeley
Lili Mizuno
Elizaveta Pletneva
Nicole Sladkov


The U.S. will send nine boats and a total of 37 athletes to Tokyo, and Olympic selection is now complete. The women's eight boat, which is vying for its fourth straight Olympic title, has two athletes returning from the 2016 team alongside seven first-time Olympians.

Women's Single Sculls
Kara Kohler

Women's Double Sculls
Gevvie Stone
Kristi Wagner

Women's Lightweight Double Sculls
Molly Reckford
Michelle Sechser

Women's Pair
Tracy Eisser
Megan Kalmoe

Women's Quadruple Sculls
Cicely Madden
Meghan O'Leary
Alie Rusher
Ellen Tomek

Men's Four
Clark Dean
Michael Grady
Andrew Reed
Anders Weiss

Women's Four
Kendall Chase
Claire Collins
Grace Luczak
Madeleine Wanamaker

Men's Eight
Justin Best
Liam Corrigan
Ben Davison
Austin Hack
Conor Harrity
Nick Mead
Alex Miklasevich
Alexander Richards
Julian Venonsky

Women's Eight
Charlotte Buck
Olivia Coffey
Gia Doonan
Katelin Guregian
Brooke Mooney
Meghan Musnicki
Kristine O'Brien
Regina Salmons
Jessica Thoennes


The U.S. men's and women's rugby teams have both qualified for Tokyo. Although teams can only have 12 players in their lineup for each match, a recent rule change will allow them to activate their alternate 13th player at any point during the tournament, giving teams greater roster flexibility and depth. Ben Pinkelman was originally named to the men's roster but was forced to withdraw due to a chronic back injury. Brett Thompson (originally named as the alternate) took Pinkelman’s place on the roster, and Cody Melphy was chosen as the new alternate.

Perry Baker, Wing
Danny Barrett, Prop/Hooker
Maceo Brown, Utility
Madison Hughes, Halfback
Martin Iosefo, Center/Prop
Carlin Isles, Wing
Matai Leuta, Forward
*Cody Melphy, Alternate
Folau Niua, Halfback/Flyhalf
Ben Pinkelman, Forward
Joe Schroeder, Forward
Stephen Tomasin, Utility
Brett Thompson, Forward
Kevon Williams, Halfback/Wing

Kayla Canett-Oca, Halfback/Flyhalf
Lauren Doyle, Flyhalf/Wing
Cheta Emba, Prop
Abby Gustaitis, Prop/Hooker
Nicole Heavirland, Hooker/Scrumhalf
Alev Kelter, Center/Prop
Kristi Kirshe, Center/Wing
Ilona Maher, Center/Prop
Jordan Matyas, Prop
Ariana Ramsey, Wing
Naya Tapper, Wing
Kristen Thomas, Hooker/Center
*Nia Toliver, Alternate


The U.S. has qualified nine boats (out of a possible 10) and has named its Olympic team.

Charlie Buckingham (Laser)
Luke Muller (Finn)
Pedro Pascual (Windsurfer)
Dave Hughes/Stu McNay (470)

Farrah Hall (Windsurfer)
Paige Railey (Laser Radial)
Nikki Barnes/Lara Dallman-Weiss (470)
Stephanie Roble/Maggie Shea (49er FX)

Riley Gibbs/Anna Weis (Nacra 17)


The U.S. has earned a total of 22 quota spots: eight for rifle, eight for shotgun, and six for pistol. With Olympic Trials now completed, the team is finalized and 20 athletes have been named. Two athletes (Nick Mowrer, Mary Tucker) will compete in multiple events.

Men's Rifle
Lucas Kozeniesky (air)
Nick Mowrer (smallbore)
William Shaner (air)
Patrick Sunderman (smallbore)

Women's Rifle
Sagen Maddalena (smallbore)
Mary Tucker (air, smallbore)
Ali Weisz (air)

Men's Pistol
James Hall (air)
Nick Mowrer (air)
Jack Leverett III (rapid fire)
Henry Leverett (rapid fire)

Women's Pistol
Alexis Lagan (sport)
Sandra Uptagrafft (sport)

Men's Shotgun
Brian Burrows (trap)
Vincent Hancock (skeet)
Phillip Jungman (skeet)
Derrick Mein (trap)

Women's Shotgun
Madelynn Bernau (trap)
Kayle Browning (trap)
Amber English (skeet)
Austen Smith (skeet)


Qualification has concluded, and the U.S. will have a full roster (three men, three women) in both park and street at the Olympics.

Men's Park
Cory Juneau
Heimana Reynolds
Zion Wright

Women's Park
Jordyn Barratt
Bryce Wettstein
Brighton Zeuner

Men's Street
Jagger Eaton
Nyjah Huston
Jake Ilardi

Women's Street
Mariah Duran
Alexis Sablone
Alana Smith


The U.S. women earned a spot after winning an Olympic qualifying tournament last year, and an 18-player roster was named in June that includes many names from the USWNT's 2019 World Cup-winning squad. Because of challenges resulting from the global pandemic (namely, the congested schedule in recent months), rosters were expanded to 22 players. This means that the four players originally selected as alternates (Campbell, Krueger, Macario, Williams) are now considered part of the full roster and are eligible to play in matches. Countries will still be limited to 18-player team sheets (11 starters plus seven substitutes) on matchdays. The U.S. men were unable to qualify for Tokyo and will miss a third straight Olympics.

*Denotes alternate

*Jane Campbell, Goalkeeper (Houston Dash)
Abby Dahlkemper, Defender (Manchester City)
Tierna Davidson, Defender (Chicago Red Stars)
Crystal Dunn, Defender (Portland Thorns FC)
Julie Ertz, Midfielder (Chicago Red Stars)
Adrianna Franch, Goalkeeper (Portland Thorns FC)
Tobin Heath, Forward (Unattached)
Lindsey Horan, Midfielder (Portland Thorns FC)
*Casey Krueger, Defender (Chicago Red Stars)
Rose Lavelle, Midfielder (OL Reign)
Carli Lloyd, Forward (NJ/NY Gotham FC)
*Catarina Macario, Midfielder (Olympique Lyonnais)
Kristie Mewis, Midfielder (Houston Dash)
Samantha Mewis, Midfielder (North Carolina Courage)
Alex Morgan, Forward (Orlando Pride)
Alyssa Naeher, Goalkeeper (Chicago Red Stars)
Kelley O’Hara, Defender (Washington Spirit)
Christen Press, Forward (Unattached)
Megan Rapinoe, Forward (OL Reign)
Becky Sauerbrunn, Defender (Portland Thorns FC)
Emily Sonnett, Defender (Washington Spirit)
*Lynn Williams, Forward (North Carolina Courage)


The U.S. is qualified for the softball tournament in Tokyo. The roster was announced in 2019, and despite the Olympics being postponed for a year, USA Softball said that they would stick with the original team selection.

Monica Abbott, Pitcher
Ali Aguilar, Infield
Valerie Arioto, Infield
Ally Carda, Pitcher/Infield
Amanda Chidester, Catcher
Rachel Garcia, Pitcher/Infield
Haylie McCleney, Outfield
Michelle Moultrie, Outfield
Dejah Mulipola, Catcher
Aubree Munro, Catcher
Bubba Nickles, Utility
Cat Osterman, Pitcher
Janie Reed, Outfield
Delaney Spaulding, Infield
Kelsey Stewart, Utility

Sport Climbing

The U.S. has successfully qualified two men and two women, which is the maximum number of allowed athletes per country.

Nathaniel Coleman
Colin Duffy

Kyra Condie
Brooke Raboutou


The U.S. has successfully qualified two men and two women, which is the maximum allowed number of athletes per country.

Kolohe Andino
John John Florence

Caroline Marks
Carissa Moore


The U.S. Olympic Swimming Team was decided at Olympic Trials in June, with the exception of three open-water swimmers who had previously qualified. The top two finishers in each event at Trials earned a spot in Tokyo, and the third and fourth-place finishers in certain events automatically qualified for the relay team. More relay participants were added to the team later pending the availability of roster spots.

Pool Swimming

Men's 50m free
Caeleb Dressel
Michael Andrew

Men's 100m free
Caeleb Dressel
Zach Apple
Blake Pieroni — 4x100 relay spot only
Brooks Curry — 4x100 relay spot only
Bowe Becker — 4x100 relay spot only

Men's 200m free
Kieran Smith
Townley Haas
Drew Kibler — 4x200 relay spot only
Andrew Seliskar — 4x200 relay spot only
Patrick Callan — 4x200 relay spot only

Men's 400m free
Kieran Smith
Jake Mitchell

Men's 800m free
Bobby Finke
Michael Brinegar

Men's 1500 free
Bobby Finke
Michael Brinegar

Men's 100m back
Ryan Murphy
Hunter Armstrong

Men's 200m back
Ryan Murphy
Bryce Mefford

Men's 100m breast
Michael Andrew
Andrew Wilson

Men's 200m breast
Nic Fink
Andrew Wilson

Men's 100m fly
Caeleb Dressel
Tom Shields

Men's 200m fly
Zach Harting
Gunnar Bentz

Men's 200m IM
Michael Andrew
Chase Kalisz

Men's 400m IM
Chase Kalisz
Jay Litherland

Women's 50m free
Simone Manuel
Abbey Weitzeil

Women's 100m free
Abbey Weitzeil
Erika Brown
Olivia Smoliga — 4x100 relay spot only
Natalie Hinds — 4x100 relay spot only
Catie DeLoof — 4x100 relay spot only
Allison Schmitt — 4x100 relay spot only

Women's 200m free
Katie Ledecky
Allison Schmitt
Paige Madden — 4x200 relay spot only
Katie McLaughlin — 4x200 relay spot only
Bella Sims — 4x200 relay spot only
Brooke Forde — 4x200 relay spot only

Women's 400m free
Katie Ledecky
Paige Madden

Women's 800m free
Katie Ledecky
Katie Grimes

Women's 1500m free
Katie Ledecky
Erica Sullivan

Women's 100m back
Regan Smith
Rhyan White

Women's 200m back
Rhyan White
Phoebe Bacon

Women's 100m breast
Lilly King
Lydia Jacoby

Women's 200m breast
Annie Lazor
Lilly King

Women's 100m fly
Torri Huske
Claire Curzan

Women's 200m fly
Hali Flickinger
Regan Smith

Women's 200m IM
Alex Walsh
Kate Douglass

Women's 400m IM
Emma Weyant
Hali Flickinger

Open-Water Swimming

Men's Open Water
Jordan Wilimovsky

Women's Open Water
Haley Anderson
Ashley Twichell

Table Tennis

The U.S. will field a full team (three men, three women) in Tokyo. They have earned two singles entries and one team entry for both men and women, but have not qualified for the mixed doubles event.

Kanak Jha
Nikhil Kumar
Zhou Xin

Wang Huijing
Liu Juan
Lily Zhang


The United States earned quota spots in two of the eight weight classes for taekwondo.

57kg: Anastasija Zolotic
67kg: Paige McPherson


Countries are allowed up to four singles entries and two doubles teams per gender, but can only have a maximum of six men and six women total. The top two American women (Sofia Kenin, Serena Williams) and the top three men (Reilly Opelka, John Isner, Taylor Fritz) all declined spots.

Men's Singles
Tommy Paul
Frances Tiafoe
Tennys Sandgren
Marcos Giron

Men's Doubles
Austin Krajicek / Frances Tiafoe
Rajeev Ram / Tennys Sandgren

Women's Singles
Jennifer Brady
Coco Gauff
Jessica Pegula
Alison Riske

Women's Doubles
Bethanie Mattek-Sands / Jessica Pegula
Nicole Melichar / Coco Gauff

Track & Field

The U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team was largely decided at Olympic Trials from June 18-27, with the exception of the marathoners who qualified through a separate trial in 2020. The top three finishers in each event at Trials made the Olympic roster, provided they had met the Olympic qualifying standard. Athletes who finished in the top three but did not have the qualifying standard had to wait and see if they would get in to the Olympic field via their world ranking. In some cases, athletes without the qualifying standard who were unable to get in via their ranking were replaced by athletes who finished behind them at Trials. Additional athletes, based on results from Trials, were also added to the relay pools.

Track Events

Men's 100m
Trayvon Bromell
Ronnie Baker
Fred Kerley
Kenny Bednarek — 4x100 relay
Micah Williams — 4x100 relay pool
Cravon Gillespie — 4x100 relay pool

Men's 200m
Noah Lyles
Kenny Bednarek
Erriyon Knighton

Men's 400m
Michael Norman
Michael Cherry
Randolph Ross
Trevor Stewart — 4x400 relay
Vernon Norwood — 4x400 relay pool
Elija Godwin — 4x400 relay pool
Bryce Deadmon — 4x400 mixed relay pool
*Wil London — relay alternate

Men's 800m
Clayton Murphy
Isaiah Jewett
Bryce Hoppel

Men's 1500m
Cole Hocker
Matthew Centrowitz
Yared Nuguse

Men's 5000m
Paul Chelimo
Grant Fisher
Woody Kincaid

Men's 10,000m
Woody Kincaid
Grant Fisher
Joe Klecker

Men's 110m Hurdles
Grant Holloway
Devon Allen
Daniel Roberts

Men's 400m Hurdles
Rai Benjamin
Kenny Selmon
David Kendziera

Men's Steeplechase
Hillary Bor
Benard Keter
Mason Ferlic

Women's 100m
Javianne Oliver
Teahna Daniels
Jenna Prandini
Gabby Thomas — 4x100 relay
English Gardner — 4x100 relay pool
Aleia Hobbs — 4x100 relay pool

Women's 200m
Gabby Thomas
Jenna Prandini
Anavia Battle

Women's 400m
Quanera Hayes
Allyson Felix
Wadeline Jonathas
Kendall Ellis — 4x400 relay
Kaylin Whitney — 4x400 relay pool
Lynna Irby — 4x400 relay pool
Taylor Manson — 4x400 mixed relay pool
*Shae Anderson — relay alternate

Women's 800m
Athing Mu
Raevyn Rogers
Ajee' Wilson

Women's 1500m
Elle Purrier St. Pierre
Cory McGee
Heather MacLean

Women's 5000m
Elise Cranny
Karissa Schweizer
Rachel Schneider

Women's 10,000m
Emily Sisson
Karissa Schweizer
Alicia Monson

Women’s 100m Hurdles
Keni Harrison
Christina Clemons
Gabbi Cunningham

Women's 400m Hurdles
Sydney McLaughlin
Dalilah Muhammad
Anna Cockrell

Women's Steeplechase
Emma Coburn
Courtney Frerichs
Val Constien

Field Events

Garrett Scantling
Steven Bastien
Zach Ziemek

Men's Discus
Mason Finley
Reggie Jagers
Sam Mattis

Men's Hammer
Rudy Winkler
Daniel Haugh
Alex Young

Men's High Jump
JuVaughn Harrison
Darryl Sullivan
Shelby McEwen

Men's Javelin
Curtis Thompson
Michael Shuey

Men's Long Jump
JuVaughn Harrison
Marquis Dendy
Steffin McCarter

Men's Pole Vault
Chris Nilsen
Sam Kendricks
KC Lightfoot

Men's Shot Put
Ryan Crouser
Joe Kovacs
Payton Otterdahl

Men's Triple Jump
Will Claye
Donald Scott
Chris Benard

Annie Kunz
Kendell Williams
Erica Bougard

Women's Discus
Valarie Allman
Rachel Dincoff
Kelsey Card

Women's Hammer
DeAnna Price
Brooke Andersen
Gwen Berry

Women's High Jump
Vashti Cunningham
Rachel McCoy
Tynita Butts-Townsend

Women's Javelin
Maggie Malone
Kara Winger
Ariana Ince

Women's Long Jump
Brittney Reese
Tara Davis
Quanesha Burks

Women's Pole Vault
Katie Nageotte
Morgann LeLeux
Sandi Morris

Women's Shot Put
Jessica Ramsey
Raven Saunders
Adelaide Aquilla

Women's Triple Jump
Keturah Orji
Tori Franklin
Jasmine Moore

Marathons & Race Walks

Men's Marathon
Galen Rupp
Jacob Riley
Abdi Abdirahman

Men's 20K Race Walk
Nick Christie

Women's Marathon
Aliphine Tuliamuk
Molly Seidel
Sally Kipyego

Women's 20K Race Walk
Robyn Stevens


The U.S. is set to send two athletes (one man, one woman) to Tokyo to compete in trampoline.

Aliaksei Shostak

Nicole Ahsinger


The U.S. triathlon team will consist of five athletes. The only returning Olympian in the group is Katie Zaferes, who is ranked No. 1 in the world in women's triathlon.

Kevin McDowell
Morgan Pearson

Taylor Knibb
Summer Rappaport
Katie Zaferes


The United States has qualified for both the men's and women's tournaments in Tokyo.

Matt Anderson, Opposite/Outside Hitter
Micah Christenson, Setter
T.J. DeFalco, Outside Hitter
Kyle Ensing, Opposite
Max Holt, Middle Blocker
Thomas Jaeschke, Outside Hitter
Garrett Muagututia, Outside Hitter
Taylor Sander, Outside Hitter
Erik Shoji, Libero
Kawika Shoji, Setter
David Smith, Middle Blocker
Mitch Stahl, Middle Blocker

Foluke Akinradewo Gunderson, Middle Blocker
Michelle Bartsch-Hackley, Outside Hitter
Annie Drews, Opposite
Micha Hancock, Setter
Kim Hill, Outside Hitter
Jordan Larson, Outside Hitter
Chiaka Ogbogu, Middle
Jordyn Poulter, Setter
Kelsey Robinson, Outside Hitter
Jordan Thompson, Opposite
Haleigh Washington, Middle
Justine Wong Orantes, Libero

Water Polo

The U.S. men's and women's teams are both qualified for Tokyo. The U.S. women will be seeking a third straight Olympic gold medal.

*Denotes alternate. Alternates are eligible to be activated to the roster for any game.

Alex Bowen, Attacker
Luca Cupido, Attacker
Hannes Daube, Attacker
Ben Hallock, Center
Drew Holland, Goalkeeper
Johnny Hooper, Attacker
Max Irving, Attacker
Alex Obert, Defender
*Jesse Smith, Utility
Ben Stevenson, Attacker
Alex Wolf, Goalkeeper
Marko Vavic, Attacker
Dylan Woodhead, Attacker

Rachel Fattal, Attacker
Aria Fischer, Center
Makenzie Fischer, Defender
Kaleigh Gilchrist, Attacker
Stephania Haralabidis, Attacker
Paige Hauschild, Attacker
Ashleigh Johnson, Goalkeeper
Amanda Longan, Goalkeeper
Maddie Musselman, Attacker
*Jamie Neushul, Attacker
Melissa Seidemann, Defender
Maggie Steffens, Attacker
Alys Williams, Defender


The U.S. will have the maximum number of athletes (four men, four women) allowed. It will be the country's largest Olympic weightlifting roster in 25 years.

73kg: C.J. Cummings
81kg: Harrison Maurus
109kg: Wes Kitts
109+kg: Caine Wilkes

49kg: Jourdan Delacruz
76kg: Kate Nye
87kg: Mattie Rogers
87+kg: Sarah Robles


The U.S. successfully earned quota spots in 15 of the 18 Olympic weight classes, and Olympic Trials were held in April to determine which wrestlers will fill those quota spots in Tokyo.

Men's Freestyle
57kg: Thomas Gilman
74kg: Kyle Dake
86kg: David Taylor
97kg: Kyle Snyder
125kg: Gable Steveson

Women's Freestyle
50kg: Sarah Hildebrandt
53kg: Jacarra Winchester
57kg: Helen Maroulis
62kg: Kayla Miracle
68kg: Tamyra Mensah-Stock
76kg: Adeline Gray

60kg: Ildar Hafizov
67kg: Alejandro Sancho
87kg: John Stefanowicz
97kg: G’Angelo Hancock

U.S. athletes to watch

The United States Olympic Team is expected to include over 500 athletes for the Tokyo Olympics. Here we've highlighted some of the Americans who you'll want to have on your radar during this Olympic season.


Want to know more about the Tokyo Olympics in general? The rest of the Olympic 101 articles can be found below.