Chen, 18, is a powerhouse men’s singles figure skater heading to his first Olympics. He’s famous for competing with five different quad jumps, the only skater with such moves in his arsenal.
A figure skating veteran at 28, Rippon made history simply by making the team: He’s the first openly gay American to qualify for the Winter Olympics.
Rounding out the men’s singles team is Zhou, a 17-year-old who only made his senior international debut last year.
Making a comeback after narrowly missing a spot on the team for Sochi, Nagasu is only the second American woman to land a triple axel in competition.
Chen, an 18-year-old with a close friendship with skating legend Kristi Yamaguchi, won the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in 2017.
A 19-year-old from Illinois, Tennell stunningly skated way past the competition at the 2018 National Championships, taking home the gold medal — and landing a surprise spot on Team USA.
In Sochi, Shiffrin took home the gold medal for slalom alpine skiing — skiing between poles — and she’ll attempt to do the same in PyeongChang. She’s been dubbed the best slalom skier in history, and a favorite to win gold.
Arguable the most famous snowboarder in America, White has competed in three Olympic Games, winning gold in the halfpipe in 2006 and 2010. He came in fourth in 2014, but has a chance to redeem himself this year with a medal.
Goepper, a freestyle skiier who has won gold at the X Games three times, took home a bronze medal in Sochi and returns to the Olympics in PyeongChang.
In Sochi, Anderson won the gold medal in the slopestyle event — the first of its kind at the Olympics.
BRIANNA DECKER, HILLARY KNIGHT & JOCELYNE LAMOUREUX-DAVIDSON
Decker, Knight and Lamoureux-Davidson are three U.S. hockey veterans who took home silver medals in Vancouver and Sochi (though Decker only participated in the latter.) Both years, Canada won the gold — but their streak could end in PyeongChang.
Clark competed in her first Olympics in 2002 when she was 19 years old, and won a gold medal. She’s been to every Olympics since then, and has picked up two more medals along the way — bronzes in Vancouver and Sochi.
A silver medalist in freestyle skiing, Kenworthy made headlines when it came out as gay in October 2015. Along with Rippon, he’s one of two openly gay American athletes competing in PyeongChang.
The spunky teen has been competing at the X Games since 2014, but this will be 17-year-old Kim’s first time at the Olympics — and she’s a favorite to bring home a medal.
ALEX & MAIA SHIBUTANI
The ice dancing pair are tight off the ice, too — they’re siblings! Together, they’ve won three World Championships medals.
THE WOMEN'S BOBSLED TEAM
Four athletes, including three Olympic medalists, make up this year’s women’s bobsled team.
THE MEN'S BOBSLED TEAM
They won two medals — one silver, one bronze — in Sochi, and this year’s team includes several returning athletes including Steve Langdon and Chris Fogt.
BECCA & MATT HAMILTON
The curling siblings will compete not only with the men’s and women’s teams, but together in the mixed doubles competition.
Randall (bottom), a cross-country skiier, will compete at her fourth Olympic games in 2018 for the chance at her first medal. Also on the team are Jessie Diggins and Sadie Bjornsen.
EVAN BATES & MADISON CHOCK
Ice dancers Bates and Chock have won two World Championship medals and will compete to add an Olympic one to their collection. They previously competed at the Sochi Olympics.