Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Emery Lehman will compete in the mass pursuit competition at the PyeongChang Olympic games. He's from Oak Park, Ill., but trains in Milwaukee.Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Jerica Tandiman from Kearns, Utah will compete in her first Olympic games this year. She will compete in the 1000-m race.Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Joey Matina debuted on the Olympic stage in Sochi, but came home without a medal. After winning gold at the 2017 world championships in mass start, a new Olympic event,  he'll look to ride that momentum in PyeongChang.
Matina will be competing in the 1000-meter and 1500-meter, and the mass start event in Pyeongchang. He is from Ocala, Florida. 
Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
An Olympic veteran, 35-year-old
Shani Davis qualified for his fifth Winter Olympics. In 2006, he made history as the first black athlete from any country to win gold at the Winter Olympics. He'll look to bring home is fifth and sixth career medals when he skates in the 1000-meter and 1500-meter in PyeongChang. Davis is from Chicago, Illinois, but regularly trains in Milwaukee.Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Originally from Waukesha, Wisconsin, and a graduate of Waukesha North High School, Mitchell Whitmore will be competing in the 500-meter and the 1000-meter. Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
After finishing 28th at the 1000-meter in Sochi, Jonathan Garcia will head to PyeongChang to compete in the 500-meter. He is from Houston, Texas.Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
A first time Olympian, Kimani Griffin will skate in the 500-meter in PyeongChang. He is from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Heather Bergsman struggled early in her skating career with form and technique, but now in her third Olympics, she could become the first female speed skater to win a medal for the U.S. since 2002. She will compete in the 500-meter, 1000-meter and 1500-meter, and mass start in PyeongChang. Bergsman is from High Point, North Carolina. Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Born in the United States but calling Heemstede, Netherlands her home, Carlin Schoutens will compete in the 3000-meter and 5000-meter. When she's done skating, she plans to become a doctor. Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Brian Hansen made his Olympic debut in Vancouver where he brought home a silver medal, and secured three more top ten finishes in Sochi. He decided to hang up his skates in 2014 to pursue a business degree, but the thrill of competition called him back to the track. He'll be competing in the 1500-meter and mass start races. Hansen is from Glenview, Illinois and attened Marquette.Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Brittany Bowe heads to PyeongChang as the world record holder in the 1000-meter, and will be in fierce competition with her teammate Heather Bergsma. Bowe will compete in the 500-meter, 1000-meter and the 1500-meter. She is from Ocala, Florida. Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Only four months removed from transfering to speed skating from inline skating, Erin Jackson shocked everyone by qualifying for the 500-meter, finishing behind Bowe and Bergsma. The 25-year-old is from Ocala, Florida. Photo by: Stacy Revere
Meet the U.S. 2018 Olympic Speed Skating team
Mia Mangello stepped away from speed skating for six years and committed to cycling, but she made her return in 2015 and qualified for PyeongChang in the 1500-meter. She is from Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Photo by: Stacy Revere