All The Women On The U.S. Olympic Team — PHOTOS

ByMonica Busch
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At the PyeonChang-hosted Winter Olympics this year, almost half of the athletes on the United States Olympic team will be women. According to Team USA's website, there will be 108 women competing in Pyeongchang, in addition to 135 men.

Women athletes will be competing in every competition except for the Nordic combined, a combination of cross-country skiing and jumping. They will be competing in everything else, including: alpine skiing, the biathlon, bobsledding, cross-country skiing, curling, figure skating, freestyle skiing, ice hockey, luge, the skeleton, ski jumping, snowboarding, long track speed-skating, and short track speed-skating.

Overall, this year's team is the largest team the United States has ever sent to the winter Olympics. It's also on record to be the most diverse: On deck will be 10 African American athletes, 11, Asian American athletes, and two openly gay athletes. In other words, Team U.S.A. is slowly starting to actually represent actual demographics in the United States.

Several female athletes are expected to capture a lot of attention. Among them are the women's hockey team and big names like Lindsey Vonn, Mikaela Shiffrin, Kelly Clark, and Jamie Anderson, just to name a few.

Headliner or not, all of these women are expected to pack a punch. Here's the complete list.

Women's Hockey

  • Cayla Barnes
  • Kacey Bellamy
  • Hannah Brandt
  • Dani Cameranesi
  • Kendall Coyne
  • Brianna Decker
  • Meghan Duggan
  • Kali Flanagan
  • Nicole Hensley
  • Megan Keller
  • Amanda Kessel
  • Hilary Knight
  • Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson
  • Monique Lamoureux-Morando
  • Gigi Marvin
  • Sidney Morin
  • Kelly Pannek
  • Amanda Pelkey
  • Emily Pfalzer
  • Alex Rigsby
  • Maddie Rooney
  • Haley Skarupa
  • Lee Stecklein

Alpine Skiing

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  • Stacey Cook
  • Breezy Johnson
  • Megan McJames
  • Alice McKennis
  • Alice Merryweather
  • Laurenne Ross
  • Mikaela Shiffrin
  • Resi Stiegler
  • Lindsey Vonn
  • Jacqueline Wiles

Biathlon

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  • Emily Dreissigacker
  • Susan Dunklee
  • Clare Egan
  • Maddie Phaneuf
  • Joanne Reid

Bobsled

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  • Aja Evans
  • Lauren Gibbs
  • Jamie Greubel Poser
  • Elana Meyers Taylor

Cross-Country Skiing

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

Curling

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  • Cory Christensen
  • Aileen Geving
  • Becca Hamilton
  • Tabitha Peterson
  • Nina Roth

Figure Skating

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  • Karen Chen
  • Madison Chock
  • Madison Hubbell
  • Mirai Nagasu
  • Alexa Scimeca Knierim
  • Maia Shibutani
  • Bradie Tennell

Freestyle Skiing

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  • Maddie Bowman
  • Ashley Caldwell
  • Caroline Claire
  • Annalisa Drew
  • Tess Johnson
  • Jaelin Kauf
  • Devin Logan
  • Keaton McCargo
  • Kiley McKinnon
  • Madison Olsen
  • Morgan Schild
  • Brita Sigourney
  • Darian Stevens
  • Maggie Voisin

Luge

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  • Summer Britcher
  • Erin Hamlin
  • Emily Sweeney

Skeleton

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  • Katie Uhlaender
  • Kendall Wesenberg

Ski Jumping

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  • Nita Englund
  • Sarah Hendrickson
  • Abby Ringquist

Snowboarding

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  • Jamie Anderson
  • Kelly Clark
  • Arielle Gold
  • Faye Gulini
  • Lindsey Jacobellis
  • Jessika Jenson
  • Chloe Kim
  • Hailey Langland
  • Rosie Mancari
  • Julia Marino
  • Maddie Mastro
  • Meghan Tierney

Long Track Speedskating

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  • Heather Bergsma
  • Brittany Bowe
  • Erin Jackson
  • Mia Manganello
  • Carlijn Schoutens
  • Jerica Tandiman

Short Track Speedskating

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  • Maame Biney
  • Lana Gehring
  • Jessica Kooreman

Women have been competing at the Olympic games since 1900, when the games were located in Paris. Now, over 100 years later, they're known to often outperform their male counterparts in terms of earning medals.