Phillip Chew and Jamie Subandhi
Jordan WilimovskySwimmer Jordan Wilimovsky competed in the 2016 Rio Olympics as an Open Water competitor, finishing fifth in the 10-kilometer race, the best-ever finish by an American man at the Olympic Games in open water swimming, which was introduced to the Olympic program in 2008.
Alexander MassialasAll-American and Ranked the #1 foil fencer in the world going into the Olympic tournament, Alexander Massialas, won Silver for Team USA's first Foil medal in 56 Years, at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Kim RhodeAt the 2016 Rio Olympics, Rhode, a five-time Olympic medalist in shotgun, won a bronze in the skeet competition, becoming the first Summer Olympian to win six consecutive individual medals, a feat that had only been done by Italian luger Armin Zoeggeler
Carlos BalderasBalderas competed as a lightweight/132 lbs boxer in the 2016 Rio Olympics and after cruising through the first two rounds of the division, was defeated in the quarterfinals
Rugby PlayersFolau Niua, Danny Berret, Martin Iosefo and Garrett Bender, from left, finished ninth in tournament play, as Rugby Sevens made its Olympic debut in Rio, in 2016. When the sport was last played at the Olympics in 1924, it was the 15-a-side version of the game, and the U.S. won the gold medal.
Zach GarrettZach Garrett contributed to a silver medal for the U.S.A. Archery team, at the 2016 Rio Olympics
Phillip Chew and Jamie SubandhiPhillip Chew and Jamie Subandhi, compete in their first Olympics in Rio, as members of the U.S. badminton team
Courtney Mathewson Mathewson, with the U.S.A. Women's Water Polo team, won the Gold Medal, their second straight, at the 2016 Rio Olympics
Christen PressChristen Press, a forward with the Women's National Team, who were defeated by penalty kicks against Sweden, in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Rio Olympics
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