The G.O.A.T. needs no introduction. This will be Biles’ second Olympics, and in 2016 she took home five medals.
Keep an eye out for the 21-year-old on the floor and vault. Carey is a four-time world championship medalist who will be competing as an individual for the U.S.
Hailing from the same training gym as Biles (the World Champions Centre in Texas), Chiles is one to watch as she makes her first appearance on the international stage.
Lee made history as the first Hmong American Olympic gymnast … and she’s just 18 years old! She finished second to Biles at the Olympic trials.
McCallum overcame a January hand injury to earn a spot on the team. We can’t wait to see what she does in Tokyo.
You might remember Skinner as an alternate on the 2016 Olympic team, but this year she proved she’s not a benchwarmer. She’ll also be representing the U.S. as an individual.