The U.S. Olympic team roster for the PyeongChang Winter Games will eventually reach more than 200 athletes.
It is currently at 35.
Qualifying competitions and Olympic Trials events dot the winter sports schedule from now until mid-January.
The U.S. men’s and women’s hockey teams — 48 athletes total — will be formally introduced on New Year’s Day.
The U.S. figure skating team — 14 athletes total — will be announced after U.S. Championships events on Jan. 7-8.
The U.S. Alpine skiing team — around 20 athletes — will be named by Jan. 22, though skiers can qualify outright before then based on World Cup results.
The first two Olympic team members qualified last February — Lowell Bailey and Susan Dunklee via their medals at the world biathlon championships.
The list of U.S. Olympic team members that will be updated as athletes qualify:
Cory Christensen (alternate, eligible to substitute at the Olympics)
Joe Polo (alternate, eligible to substitute at the Olympics)
Matt Mortensen (Doubles)
Jayson Terdiman (Doubles)
Justin Krewson (Doubles)
Andrew Sherk (Doubles)
Short Track Speed Skating
Jamie Anderson (Big Air/Slopestyle)
Chris Corning (Big Air/Slopestyle)
Lindsey Jacobellis (Snowboard Cross)
Chloe Kim (Halfpipe)
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