The 2024 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team is officially set. Find out which athletes will represent at the Paris Olympic Games.

Which star athletes will represent Team USA in Olympic track and field in Paris?

A number of familiar faces will be representing Team USA in Paris this summer, looking to continue their on-track dominance on the Olympic stage.

All eyes will be on defending World Champion Sha’Carri Richardson as she makes her long-awaited Olympic debut in Paris this summer. She locked in her spot in the 100m with a career second-best time of 10.71 seconds, the fastest time in the world this season. For Richardson, making the Olympic roster has been a long-awaited achievement after being stripped of her Trials win before the Tokyo Olympics. She will look to be the first American woman to win the 100m since Gail Devers in 1996.

On the men’s side, fellow sprinter Noah Lyles is heading back to Paris to try and add Olympic champion to an already stacked résumé. The four time individual world champion across the 100m and 200m races will look to eclipse his bronze medal from Tokyo by entering both events as a gold-medal favorite. He secured his first spot with a win in the 100m final, crossing the line tying a career-best time of 9.83 seconds. In his last event, he shattered the U.S. Trials record with a time of 19.53.

No one made a bigger splash on track last Olympics than Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, who is poised to continue to make history and shatter records this season. The 400m hurdles world record holder secured her spot on the last day of Trials with a time of 50.65 seconds, breaking her previous world record by 0.02-seconds. She will head to Paris looking to defend her Olympic crown, adding to the two Olympic gold medals she took home from Tokyo last time around. McLaughlin-Levrone will also be a candidate to run the women’s 4x400m relay, returning from the event’s gold-medal team in Tokyo.

Another athlete chasing history during these Games is Ryan Crouser in shot put. After claiming gold in both Rio and Tokyo, Crouser will look to be the first male athlete to ever win three consecutive Olympic titles in shot put. Despite battling a slew of injuries to kick off the 2024 season, Crouser was in fine form at Trials, beating Rio and Tokyo silver medalist Joe Kovacs by nearly half a meter to take the national title.

Which athletes will make their Olympic debut for Team USA track and field in Paris?

Several high-profile athletes will make their Olympic debuts in Paris this year with their eyes set on the top prizes.

No one celebrated harder than women’s heptathlon athlete Anna Hall after she qualified for her first Olympic team. It has been a tough journey for Hall, who broke her foot during the 2021 Olympic Trials and had major knee surgery six months ago, and she admitted to nearly quitting the sport. Instead, she returned to Trials in triumphant fashion, bringing her comeback tour to a full circle in Eugene.

Sprinter Melissa Jefferson is another fresh face going into the Olympics this summer. The two time World Champion in the 4x100m relay and the 2022 100m national champion qualified for her first Games at Trials, finishing second behind the defending world champion and her training partner Richardson. Jefferson ran a personal best 10.81 seconds at Trials, and will look to carry that momentum into the Games this summer.

Collegiate standout Heath Baldwin impressed the field in his Olympic Trials debut, placing first in decathlon en route to his first national title and Olympic qualification. The Michigan State star opted out of the 2024 NCAA season to prepare for Trials, and his training was evident as he scored a career best 8625 points to finish first in the event. 

Who is not competing for Team USA in Olympic track and field in Paris?

Like any Olympic season, this year’s Trials would not be complete without a number of surprise losses.

Defending Olympic women’s 800m gold medalist Athing Mu was one of the biggest shocks at Trials after she tripped in the final, losing her chance to defend her title. It was a stunning loss for the No. 5 ranked 800m runner in the world, and the 22-year-old will be missed by Team USA this summer.

Another shocking loss was Laulauga Tausaga-Collins, the defending world champion in women’s discus. The first American woman to win a world title in discus, Tausaga-Collins’ Olympic season was cut short after she fouled out three times in the opening round at Trials.

Women’s hammer phenom Brooke Andersen met a similar fate as Tausaga-Collins after fouling out at Trials. The 2022 World Champion and No. 3 in the world will miss out on the Paris Games, ending her two-year streak of gold at the U.S. national championships.

Team USA complete roster


2024 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team
Sha’Carri Richardson
Melissa Jefferson
Twanisha "TeeTee" Terry
Women's 100m
Gabby Thomas
Brittany Brown
McKenzie Long
Women's 200m
Kendall Ellis
Aaliyah Butler
Alexis Holmes
Women's 400m
Nia Akins
Allie Wilson
Juliette Whittaker
Women's 800m
Nikki Hiltz
Emily Mackay
Elle St. Pierre
Women's 1500m
Valerie Constien
Courtney Wayment
Marisa Howard
Women's 3000m steeplechase
Elise Cranny
Karissa Schweizer
Whittni Morgan
Women's 5000m
Weini Kelati
Parker Valby
Karissa Schweizer
Women's 10,000m
Fiona O'Keeffe
Emily Sisson
Dakotah Lindwurm
Women's marathon
Masai Russell
Alaysha Johnson
Grace Stark
Women's 100m hurdles
Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone
Anna Cockrell
Jasmine Jones
Women's 400m hurdles
Valarie Allman
Jayden Ulrich
Veronica Fraley
Women's discus
Annette Echikunwoke
DeAnna Price
Erin Reese
Women's hammer throw
Anna Hall
Chari Hawkins
Taliyah Brooks
Women's heptathlon
Rachel Glenn
Vashti Cunningham
Women's high jump
Maggie Malone Hardin Women's javelin
Tara Davis-Woodhall
Jasmine Moore
Monae’ Nichols
Women's long jump
Bridget Williams
Katie Moon
Brynn King
Women's pole vault
Chase Jackson
Raven Saunders
Jaida Ross
Women's shot put
Jasmine Moore
Keturah Orji
Tori Franklin
Women's triple jump
Kaylyn Brown
Tamari Davis
Quanera Hayes
Aleia Hobbs
Shamier Little
Isabella Whittaker
Women's relay pool
Noah Lyles
Kenny Bednarek
Fred Kerley
Men's 100m
Noah Lyles
Kenny Bednarek
Erriyon Knighton
Men's 200m
Quincy Hall
Michael Norman
Chris Bailey
Men's 400m
Bryce Hoppel
Hobbs Kessler
Brandon Miller
Men's 800m
Cole Hocker
Yared Nuguse
Hobbs Kessler
Men's 1500m
Kenneth Rooks
Matthew Wilkinson
James Corrigan
Men's 3000m steeplechase
Grant Fisher
Abdihamid Nur
Graham Blanks
Men's 5000m
Grant Fisher
Woody Kincaid
Nico Young
Men's 10,000m
Conner Mantz
Clayton Young
Leonard Korir
Men's marathon
Grant Holloway
Freddie Crittenden
Daniel Roberts
Men's 110m hurdles
Rai Benjamin
C.J. Allen
Trevor Bassitt
Men's 400m hurdles
Heath Baldwin
Zach Ziemek
Harrison Williams
Men's decathlon
Andrew Evans
Sam Mattis
Joseph Brown
Men's discus
Daniel Haugh
Rudy Winkler
Men's hammer throw
Shelby McEwen
JuVaughn Harrison
Vernon Turner
Men's high jump
Curtis Thompson Men's Javelin
Jeremiah Davis
Malcolm Clemons
Jarrion Lawson
Men's long jump
Sam Kendricks
Chris Nilsen
Jacob Wooten
Men's pole vault
Ryan Crouser 
Joe Kovacs
Payton Otterdahl
Men's shot put
Salif Mane
Russell Robinson
Donald Scott
Men's triple jump
Christian Coleman
Bryce Deadmon
Kyree King
Courtney Lindsey
Vernon Norwood
Quincy Wilson
Men's relay pool