The 558-member 2016 U.S. Olympic Team featured 264 men and 294 women – an increase from the 532 athletes who represented Team USA at the London Olympic Games in 2012. The United States was represented in 40 disciplines across 27 sports.

The 2016 roster featured 190 athletes with previous Olympic experience, including 106 Olympic medalists and 66 Olympic champions. Headlining the roster were Michael Phelps (swimming) and Allyson Felix (track and field). Heading into the Rio Games with 22 medals – including 18 golds – Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time, from any nation, and the first American male swimmer to qualify for five Olympic Teams. Making her fourth Olympic appearance in Rio, Felix entered the 2016 Games as the most decorated U.S. Olympic female athlete with four gold medals, and six overall.

Three U.S. Olympians made their sixth Olympic appearance, including equestrian Phillip Dutton, and shooters Emil Milev and Kim Rhode, who became only the ninth, 10th and 11th athletes – summer or winter – to do so in U.S. Olympic history.

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