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Military Members In The 2022 Winter Olympics

Nine soldier-athletes from the Air Force, Army and Army National Guard will represent both the U.S. military and Team USA at the Beijing Winter Olympics, taking place between Feb. 4 and Feb. 20.


Five of the service members headed to Beijing are in the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program, or WCAP, a military unit that affords elite athletes in the Army an opportunity to compete at the Olympic Games. Here are the nine who wear the uniform and will be suiting up in red, white and blue.


SGT Emily Sweeney, Army

Luge Singles

31B Military Police

2018 Olympian: DNF (crash)





SPC Jasper Good, Army

Nordic Combined

88M Motor Transport Operator

2018 Olympian: 43rd Individual Large Hill, 45th Individual Normal Hill





SPC Benjamin Loomis, Army

Nordic Combined

88M Motor Transport Operator

2018 Olympian: 10th Team Large Hill, 40th Individual Large Hil), 41st Individual Normal Hill




SPC Frank DelDuca, Army

Bobsled, 4-man and 2-man

11B Infantryman

Olympic Debut





SPC Hakeem Abdul-Saboor, Army

Bobsled, 4-man and 2-man

68A Biomedical Equipment Specialist

2018 Olympian: 19th 4-man, 21st 2-man





A1C Kelly Curtis, Air Force

Skeleton

Network Security

Olympic Debut





SPC Sean Doherty, VT National Guard

Biathlon

2018 Olympics: 65th Sprint, 44th Individual, 6th Relay

2014 Olympics: 16th Relay







SPC Deedra Irwin, VT National Guard

Biathlon

Olympic Debut








SPC Leif Nordgren, VT National Guard

Biathlon

2018 Olympian: 58th Sprint, 50th Pursuit, 66th Individual

2014 Olympian: 44th Sprint, 53rd Pursuit, 82nd Individual, 16th Relay