Nineteen Olympians and 5 Paralympians with Utah ties will represent the state and Team USA on the world stage during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games.
This collection of athletes includes Utah natives, athletes that train in Utah and athletes that have strong Utah connections.
More than 1,100 national and international athletes from over 30 countries train or compete in Utah each year on their way to world-class events like the Olympics and Paralympics.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics begin on Friday, July 23 and the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics begin on August 24.
Haley Batten, Mountain Bike Cycling, Born in Park City
David Blair, Paralympic Discus, Born in Ogden, Rio 2016 Paralympic Gold Medalist
Nathaniel Coleman, Climbing, Born in Salt Lake City
Jake Gibb, Beach Volleyball, Born in Bountiful, Three-Time Previous Olympian in 2008, 2012 and 2016
Marybai Huking, Paralympic Goalball, Hometown is Salt Lake City, Rio 2016 Paralympic Bronze Medalist
Ali Ibanez, Wheelchair Basketball, Born in Murray
Shelby Jensen, Wheelchair Fencing, Hometown is Millcreek
Ben Patch, Volleyball, Born in Layton
Rhyan White, Swimming, Born in Sandy
Hunter Woodhall, Paralympic Track and Field, Hometown is Syracuse, Rio 2016 Two-Time Paralympic Medalist
Eddy Alvarez, Baseball, Sochi 2014 Olympic Silver Medalist in Short Track Speed Skating
Amanda Chidester, Softball, Salt Lake City Resident
Kyra Condie, Climbing, Trains in Utah
Colin Duffy, Climbing, Trains in Utah
Alexis Lagan, Pistol Shooting, First University of Utah Olympic Marksman
Damian Lillard, Basketball, Weber State University All-American
Jordan Matyas, Rugby, BYU All-American
Grace McCallum, Gymnastics, Incoming University of Utah Athlete
Kelley O’Hara, Soccer, Former Utah Royals Player and London 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist
Christen Press, Soccer, Former Utah Royals Player and Two-Time Previous Olympian
Brooke Raboutou, Climbing, Trains in Utah
Taylor Sander, Volleyball, BYU All-American and Rio 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist
Becky Sauerbrunn, Soccer, Former Utah Royals Player and London 2012 Olympic Gold Medalist
MyKayla Skinner, Gymnastics, University of Utah NCAA Champion and Rio 2016 Olympic Alternate