Meet Team USA's seven sibling duos

Yahoo Sports

Family ties and talent run deep for seven sets of siblings who seek to bring home gold and glory for Team USA.

More Olympic coverage from Yahoo Sports:
ShaunWhite apologizes for dismissing harassment question
Jeff Passan: Reconciling harassment allegations with White’s Olympic gold
Japanese star suffers brutal crash at Olympics
More heartbreak for British speed skater: ‘It was taken away from me’
ShaunWhite violates Flag Code after gold medal win

<p>(Photos clockwise from left: Instagram/moniquelam7, maiashibutani, sbjornsen; Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for USOC) </p>
Meet Team USA’s Seven Sibling Duos

(Photos clockwise from left: Instagram/moniquelam7, maiashibutani, sbjornsen; Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for USOC)

<p>Monique and Jocelyne are two-time Olympic silver medalists. and as identical twins, share an <a href="https://sports.yahoo.com/american-twins-sisterly-company-olympics-203817030.html" data-ylk="slk:undeniable chemistry" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">undeniable chemistry</a> when on the ice together.<br> (Photo via Instagram/moniquelam7) </p>
Monique Lamoureux-Morando and Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson, USA, Ice Hockey

Monique and Jocelyne are two-time Olympic silver medalists. and as identical twins, share an undeniable chemistry when on the ice together.
(Photo via Instagram/moniquelam7)

<p>The “ShibSibs” are two-time Olympians and have skated together since 2004. Maia and Alex are the first Asian-American ice dancers to win an Olympic medal.<br> (Photo via Instagram/maiashibutani) </p>
Maia and Alex Shibutani, USA, Figure Skating

The “ShibSibs” are two-time Olympians and have skated together since 2004. Maia and Alex are the first Asian-American ice dancers to win an Olympic medal.
(Photo via Instagram/maiashibutani)

<p>The Fletcher brothers are competing together for their second straight Winter Olympics. Bryan, a childhood cancer survivor, is a two-time Olympian, while Taylor returns for his third Olympic Games.<br> (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images) </p>
Bryan and Taylor Fletcher, USA, Nordic Combined

The Fletcher brothers are competing together for their second straight Winter Olympics. Bryan, a childhood cancer survivor, is a two-time Olympian, while Taylor returns for his third Olympic Games.
(Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

<p>Matt and Becca are the first U.S. team to compete in the first-ever mixed doubles curling event at a Winter Olympics.<br> (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for USOC) </p>
Matt and Becca Hamilton, USA, Curling

Matt and Becca are the first U.S. team to compete in the first-ever mixed doubles curling event at a Winter Olympics.
(Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for USOC)

<p>Sadie and Erik are two-time Olympians and were the first set of siblings to make the same Olympic cross-country skiing team.<br> (Photo via Instagram/sbjornsen) </p>
Sadie Bjornsen and Erik Bjornsen, USA, Cross-Country Skiing

Sadie and Erik are two-time Olympians and were the first set of siblings to make the same Olympic cross-country skiing team.
(Photo via Instagram/sbjornsen)

<p>The two brothers make their Olympic debuts at the 2018 Winter Games. Reese believes lifelong <a href="https://www.ktoo.org/2018/01/26/u-s-send-10-alaskan-cross-country-skiers-2018-winter-olympics/" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:brotherly competition" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">brotherly competition</a> with Logan helped propel them both to the Olympics.<br> (Photo via Instagram/reesehanneman) </p>
Reese and Logan Hanneman, USA, Cross-Country Skiing

The two brothers make their Olympic debuts at the 2018 Winter Games. Reese believes lifelong brotherly competition with Logan helped propel them both to the Olympics.
(Photo via Instagram/reesehanneman)

<p>Caitlin and Scott Patterson are both first-time Olympians and are one of three sibling duos competing for the U.S. cross-country ski team.<br> (Photo via Instagram/caitlinmpatterson) </p>
Caitlin and Scott Patterson, USA, Cross-Country Skiing

Caitlin and Scott Patterson are both first-time Olympians and are one of three sibling duos competing for the U.S. cross-country ski team.
(Photo via Instagram/caitlinmpatterson)

What to Read Next

Back