1984 Los Angeles, USA

1st Solo:
1st Duet:

Tracie Ruiz
Candy Costie, Tracie Ruiz

1988 Seoul, Korea

2nd Solo:

2nd Duet:

Tracie Ruiz Conforto
Karen Josephson, Sarah Josephson 

1992 Barcelona, Spain

1st Solo:
1st Duet:

Kristen Babb-Sprague*
Karen Josephson, Sarah Josephson 

1996 Atlanta, USA

1st Team:

Suzannah Bianco, Tammy Cleland, Becky Dyroen-Lancer, Heather Pease, Emily Porter LeSueur, Jill Savery, Nathalie Schneyder, Heather Simmons-Carrasco, Jill Sudduth, Margot Thien

2000 Sydney, Australia

4th Duet:
5th Team:

Anna Kozlova, Tuesday Middaugh
Carrie Barton, Bridget Finn, Anna Kozlova, Kristina Lum, Elicia Marshall, Tammy Cleland-McGregor, Tuesday Middaugh, Heather Pease-Olson, Kim Wurzel 

2004 Athens, Greece

3rd Duet:
3rd Team:

Alison Bartosik, Anna Kozlova
Alison Bartosik, Tamara Crow, Erin Dobratz, Rebecca Jasontek, Anna Kozlova, Sara Lowe, Lauren McFall, Stephanie Nesbitt, Kendra Zanotto

2008 Beijing, China

5th Duet:
5th Team (Tie with Japan):

Christina Jones, Andrea Nott
Brooke Abel, Janet Culp, Kate Hooven, Christina Jones, Becky Kim, Andrea Nott, Annabelle Orme, Jillian Penner, Kim Probst

2012 London, Great Britain

11th Duet:

Mary Killman, Mariya Koroleva 

2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

9th Duet:

Anita Alvarez, Mariya Koroleva

*After the 1992 Olympic awards were presented, Canadian Sylvie Frechette was also named a gold medalist alongside Kristen Babb-Sprague due to a recalculation of final score.

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