Besides Wednesday's U.S. Olympic Alpine Team announcement, other American teams have been revealed in the past week and are headed to Torino, Italy Feb. 10-26.
Former Boulder Mountain Ski Tour queen Rebecca Dussault, 25, of Colorado headlines a group of 17 cross-country skiers named Jan. 17 to the 2006 U.S. Olympic team.
Anchorage's Lars Flora, 28, a former Sun Valley Junior Nordic ski team racer, has made his second Olympic team, and current Sun Valley Olympic Development team racer Chris Cook, 25, made his first.
Men: Chris Cook, 25, (Wisc.); Justin Freeman, 29, and Kris Freeman, 25, (both N.H.); Lars Flora, 28, (Ak.); Andrew Johnson, 28, (Vt.); Torin Koos, 25, (Wash.); Andy Newell, 22, (Vt.); James Southam, 27, (Ak.); Carl Swenson, 35, (Park City); and Leif Zimmerman, 22, (Mt.).
Women: Rebecca Dussault, 25, (Colo.); Sarah Konrad, 38, (Wyo.); Abigail Larson, 26, (Mt.); Kikkan Randall, 23, (Ak.); Wendy Wagner, 32, (Park City); Lindsey Weier, 21, (Minn.); and Lindsay Williams, 21, (Minn.).
Ketchum's Graham Watanabe didn't make the U.S. Snowboard Olympic Team announced Jan. 22, but 16 did.
Alpine, men: Tyler Jewell, 28, (Mass.). Women: Rosey Fletcher, 30, (Ak.); and Michelle Gorgone, 22, (Mass.).
Halfpipe, men: Mason Aquirre, 18, (Duluth); Andy Finch, 24, (Fresno); Danny Kass, 23, (N.J.); and Shaun White, 19, (Ca.). Women: Gretchen Bleiler, 24, (Aspen); Kelly Clark, 22, (Vt.); Elena Hight, 16, (Nev.); and Hannah Teter, 18, (Vt.).
Snowboardcross, men: Jayson Hale, 20, (Ca.); Nate Holland, 27, (Ca.); Jason Smith, 24, (Colo.); and Seth Wescott, 29, (Maine). Women: Lindsey Jacobellis, 20, (Vt.).