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Ajee Wilson - Track

Track sensation 22-year-old Ajee Wilson is set to run the 800m in Rio in what will be her first Olympic race ever. She claimed back-to-back titles at the USA Indoor Championships in 2013 and 2014, settling into her spot as the best female 800m runner in America. Tune in to see if she'll change that to the best in the world while in Rio. (P.S. we chatted with the Temple University senior about her favorite breakfast and track role model in this speed round interview.)

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Talent-Loaded #TeamUSA

As the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil loom closer—they kick off on August 5th!—the U.S. teams are finalized and athletes are packing their bags for the Copacabana beaches and the athletic events they've trained their entire lives for. Here, we singled out some need-to-watch first-time Olympians that we're sure will make our country proud.

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Julie Johnston

Didn't quite reach your goal yesterday? No worries—today is another day to build on your progress and do better, the defender for the women's national soccer team says.

Adeline Gray

If you want to leave a legacy, you've gotta wake up and put in the hard work. Don't let your name be washed away in the sand, the world champion wrestler says.

Kelley O'Hara

Want to make it a great day? Go do it. The choice is yours, the Olympic soccer gold medalist says.