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DENVER (KDVR) — Over two dozen Colorado athletes are now set to compete in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Colorado is near the top of a list of only a handful of states that make up the vast majority of the U.S. winter Olympics team. Unlike the summer games, which drew from every single U.S. state in 2020, 90% of Team USA comes from less than a dozen states.

Colorado is among them as home to some of the nation’s and the world’s preeminent ski resorts and winter sports cultures. The Centennial State is sending 14 athletes to the winter games in Beijing.

Aaron BlunckFreestyle skiingCrested Butte
Alex DeiboldSnowboardingBoulder
Alex FerreiraFreestyleAspen
Birk IrvingFreestyle skiingWinter Park
Chris CorningSnowboardingDenver
Cody WintersSnowboardingSteamboat Springs
Decker DeanSki jumpingSteamboat Springs
Hagen KearneySnowboardingNorwood
Hanna FaulhaberFreestyleBasalt
Jasper GoodNordic combinedSteamboat Springs
Joanne ReidBiathlonGrand Junction
Katie UhlaenderSkeletonBreckenridge
Lucas FosterSnowboardingTelluride
Mariah BellFigure skatingWestminster
Meghan TierneySnowboardingEagle
Mick DierdorffSnowboardingSteamboat Springs
Mikaela ShiffrinAlpine skiingEdwards
Nick ShoreHockeyDenver
Nicole HensleyHockeyLakewood
River RadamusAlpine skiingEdwards
Stacy GaskillSnowboardingGolden
Taylor FletcherNordic combinedSteamboat Springs
Taylor GoldSnowboardingSteamboat Springs
Zoe KalaposSnowboardingVail