Army soldiers competing for Team USA in PyeongChang

Since 1948, 446 Army soldiers have represented the United States in the Olympics, earning 111 medals.

This year, seven athletes and will be representing the United States Army in PyeongChang. These Soldiers will be competing in the bobsled and luge events.

<p>Sweeney will be competing in her first Olympics in the women’s singles luge. She won the 2013 Junior World Championship and is a two-time US Team member. </p>
Sergeant Emily Sweeney: Singles luge

Sweeney will be competing in her first Olympics in the women’s singles luge. She won the 2013 Junior World Championship and is a two-time US Team member.

<p>Weber is an active duty Green Beret who is making his Olympic debut in PyeongChang. </p>
Sergeant Nate Weber: Four-man bobsled

Weber is an active duty Green Beret who is making his Olympic debut in PyeongChang.

<p>Cunningham has been a Team USA member almost continuously since 1999. He won an Olympic Bronze Medal in 2002. </p>
Sergeant Nick Cunningham: Two-man and four-man bobsled

Cunningham has been a Team USA member almost continuously since 1999. He won an Olympic Bronze Medal in 2002.

<p>Fogt won the bronze medal in the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi. This will be his third Olympics. </p>
Captain Chris Fogt: Two-man and four-man bobsled

Fogt won the bronze medal in the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi. This will be his third Olympics.

<p>Mortensen will be competing in his second Olympics. </p>
Sergeant Matthew Mortensen: Double luge

Mortensen will be competing in his second Olympics.

<p>Morris, who was an alternate in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, is a two-time Junior National Champion. </p>
Sergeant Taylor Morris: Singles luge

Morris, who was an alternate in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, is a two-time Junior National Champion.

<p>Olsen is a two-time world champion and Olympic medalist. This will be his third Olympics. </p>
175457393AP00036_USOC_MediaSergeant Justin Olsen: Two-man and four-man bobsled

Olsen is a two-time world champion and Olympic medalist. This will be his third Olympics.

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