Team USA is set for the 2024 Summer Olympics, and it features more than a dozen Michiganders.

Who are these Mitten State natives we'll be rooting for? Let's get to know all 16.

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Middle-distance runner Hobbs Kessler of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Middle-distance runner Hobbs Kessler of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Hobbs Kessler of Ann Arbor, Michigan

Hobbs Kessler, 21, will be representing Team USA as part of its Track and Field team. He's qualified for both the 1500-meter and 800-meter doubles.

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Decathlon athlete Heath Baldwin of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Decathlon athlete Heath Baldwin of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Heath Baldwin of Kalamazoo, Michigan

Heath Baldwin, 23, is a graduate of Michigan State University, and will be representing Team USA in the decathlon.

BMX rider Hannah Roberts of Buchanan, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
BMX rider Hannah Roberts of Buchanan, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Hannah Roberts of Buchanan, Michigan

BMX rider Hannah Roberts, 22, won the silver in the 2020 Olympics.

Middle- and long-distance runner Grant Fisher of Grand Blanc, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Middle- and long-distance runner Grant Fisher of Grand Blanc, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Grant Fisher of Grand Blanc, Michigan

Grant Fisher, 27, represents Team USA's Track and Field team as a middle- and long-distance runner. He holds the U.S. men's records for both the 5,000 and 10,000 meter races.

Men's rugby player Aaron Cummings of Muskegon, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Men's rugby player Aaron Cummings of Muskegon, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Aaron Cummings of Muskegon, Michigan

Aaron Cummings, 27, is part of Team USA's rugby sevens team.

Hurdlers Grace Stark of White Lake, Michigan (left), with fellow Olympians Masai Russell and Alaysha Johnson. Photo via Getty Images North America
Hurdlers Grace Stark of White Lake, Michigan (left), with fellow Olympians Masai Russell and Alaysha Johnson. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Grace Stark of White Lake, Michigan

Grace Stark, 23, will be participating in the 100-meter hurdles.

Basketball player Devin Booker of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Basketball player Devin Booker of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Devin Booker of Grand Rapids, Michigan

Devin Booker, 27, won gold as part of Team USA's basketball team in 2020, and is looking to repeat in 2024.

Paralympian Evan Medell of Grand Haven, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Paralympian Evan Medell of Grand Haven, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Evan Medell of Grand Haven, Michigan

Evan Medell, 27, is a Paralympian competing in taekwondo.

Discus thrower Andrew Evans of Portage, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Discus thrower Andrew Evans of Portage, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Andrew Evans of Portage, Michigan

Discus thrower Andrew Evans, 33, is Michigan's eldest representative on Team USA in 2024.

Women's rugby player Alena Olsen of Caledonia, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Women's rugby player Alena Olsen of Caledonia, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Alena Olsen of Caledonia, Michigan

Alena Olsen, 28, will attempt to help bring home the gold in women's rugby.

Wrestler Adam Coon of Fowlerville, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Wrestler Adam Coon of Fowlerville, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Adam Coon of Fowlerville, Michigan

Adam Coon, 29, will represent Team USA as a wrestler.

Paralympian Jayci Simon of St. Johns, Michigan. Photo via YouTube (Thomas Cook)
Paralympian Jayci Simon of St. Johns, Michigan. Photo via YouTube (Thomas Cook)
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Jayci Simon of St. Johns, Michigan

Jayci Simon, 19, will represent the Team USA Paralympic Team in badminton.

Women's field hockey player Abby Tamer of Dexter, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Women's field hockey player Abby Tamer of Dexter, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Abby Tamer of Dexter, Michigan

Abby Tamer, 21, is experiencing her first Olympics as a member of the women's field hockey team.

Climber Zach Hammer of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
Climber Zach Hammer of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Zach Hammer of Ann Arbor, Michigan

Zach Hammer, 18, is the youngest Michigander representing Team USA at this year's Olympics. He'll compete in sport climbing.

Rower Sorin Koszyk of Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan (left). with fellow Olympian Thomas Phifer. Photo via Getty Images North America
Rower Sorin Koszyk of Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan (left). with fellow Olympian Thomas Phifer. Photo via Getty Images North America
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Sorin Koszyk of Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan

Sorin Koszyk, 26, rows in both the men's single and double sculls.

Paralympian Kate Brim of Lowell, Michigan. Photo via YouTube (WOOD TV8)
Paralympian Kate Brim of Lowell, Michigan. Photo via YouTube (WOOD TV8)
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Kate Brim of Lowell, Michigan

Kate Brim, 26, represents Team USA on its Paralympic team, and will compete as a handcyclist.

This year's Olympic Games are taking place in and around Paris, France, and will be conducted between July 26 and August 11.

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