The 2014 U.S. Olympic team is made up of 230 athletes with hometowns in 38 states, according to the United States Olympic Committee. See which states are sending Olympians to Sochi.
California: 20 athletes
Colorado: 19 athletes
Minnesota: 19 athletes
New York: 18 athletes
Utah: 15 athletes
Wisconsin: 15 athletes
Michigan: 13 athletes
Vermont: 13 athletes
Illinois: 10 athletes
Massachusetts: 10 athletes
New Hampshire: Nine athletes
Connecticut: Eight athletes
Washington: Eight athletes
Idaho: Five athletes
Pennsylvania: Five athletes
Alaska: Four athletes
New Jersey: Four athletes
Texas: Four athletes
Montana: Three athletes
Florida: Three athletes
Ohio: Three athletes
Find out more about the Sochi Olympics by the numbers.
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