Adam Rippon, Tonya Harding, Mirai Nagasu, Jamie Anderson, Jennie Finch and Chris Mazdzer will be on “Dancing with the Stars” this season, marking the most Olympians in the show’s 26-season history.
They make up six of the 10 contestants on an all-athlete season. The premiere is April 30.
The other four are NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NFL cornerback Josh Norman, retired baseball star Johnny Damon and Notre Dame basketball player Arike Ogunbowale.
Rippon, Harding and Nagasu look to become the third figure skater to win the Mirror Ball Trophy after Kristi Yamaguchi and Meryl Davis.
Rippon, who finished 10th at his first (and last) Olympics, is the third male skater to go on the show after Evan Lysacek and Charlie White.
Harding, fourth and eighth at the 1992 and 1994 Olympics before being banned for life by U.S. Figure Skating following the attack on Nancy Kerrigan, will compete on the series one year after Kerrigan did.
Nagasu followed Harding in becoming the second U.S. woman to land a triple Axel in international competition. Like Rippon, she was 10th in PyeongChang.
Anderson, who repeated as Olympic slopestyle champion in PyeongChang, is the third snowboarder to go dancing after Louie Vito and Amy Purdy.
Finch, a 2004 and 2008 Olympic pitcher, is the first softball player in the show’s history.
Mazdzer, the surprise life silver medalist in PyeongChang, is the first sliding sports athlete on the show.
A list of Olympians (and two Paralympians) to compete on Dancing with the Stars:
Season 1 — Evander Holyfield (1984, boxing)
Season 4 — Apolo Ohno (2002-2010, short track speed skating) — WINNER, Clyde Drexler (1992, basketball)
Season 5 — Floyd Mayweather Jr. (1996, boxing)
Season 6 — Kristi Yamaguchi (1992, figure skating) — WINNER, Monica Seles (1996-2000, tennis)
Season 7 — Maurice Greene (2000-2004, track and field), Misty May-Treanor (2000-2012, volleyball)
Season 8 — Shawn Johnson (2008, gymnastics) — WINNER
Season 9 — Louie Vito (2010, snowboarding), Natalie Coughlin (2004-2012, swimming)
Season 10 — Evan Lysacek (2006-2010, figure skating)
Season 12 — Sugar Ray Leonard (1976, boxing)
Season 13 — Hope Solo (2004-2016, soccer)
Season 14 — Martina Navratilova (2004, tennis)
Season 15 — Shawn Johnson, Apolo Ohno
Season 16 — Dorothy Hamill (1976, figure skating), Aly Raisman (2012-2016, gymnastics)
Season 18 — Meryl Davis (2010-2014, figure skating) — WINNER, Charlie White (2010-2014, figure skating), Amy Purdy (2014, snowboarding)
Season 19 — Lolo Jones (2008, 2012, 2014, track and field/bobsled)
Season 20 — Nastia Liukin (2008, gymnastics)
Season 23 — Laurie Hernandez (2016, gymnastics) — WINNER, Ryan Lochte (2004-2016, swimming)
Season 24 — Simone Biles (2016, gymnastics), Nancy Kerrigan (1992-94, figure skating)
Season 25 — Victoria Arlen (2012, swimming)
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