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U.S. Olympic team reaches 100 qualified athletes

Gevvie Stone

USA’s Genevra Stone competes at the start of the Women’s Single Sculls A final at the Rowing World Cup on Lake Rotsee in Lucerne, Switzerland, Sunday, July 12, 2015. Stone finished third. (Peter Klaunzer/Keystone via AP)


Three wrestlers and seven rowers qualified for the U.S. Olympic team this weekend, bringing Team USA’s total number of qualified athletes to 100.

Qualifiers were freestyle wrestlers Helen Maroulis, Haley Augello and J’Den Cox and rowers Gevvie Stone (single sculls), Ellen Tomek and Meghan O’Leary (double sculls), Andrew Campbell and Joshua Konieczny (lightweight double sculls) and Kate Bertko and Devery Karz (lightweight double sculls).

The entire U.S. Olympic roster of qualifiers is here, updated as athletes earn Rio berths.

The U.S. Olympic team will eventually include more than 500 athletes after all is said and done in qualifying, with roster announcements and at various Olympic Trials.

The Rio Olympic Opening Ceremony is Aug. 5 at the historic Maracanã, and the Games run through Aug. 21.

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