Get to know teenage sensation Erriyon Knighton, who will represent Team USA in track's 200 meters this summer in Tokyo.
And also Juvaughn Harrison, set to be the first American to compete in both the high jump and long jump at the Olympics since 1912.
Meanwhile, Dina Asher-Smith promises to meet the challenge posed by Jamaican and U.S. sprinters this summer.
Mandy Bujold wins an important step in her bid for Tokyo 2020 in boxing after returning from maternity.
Samantha Achterberg's multi-sport background growing up fueled success in modern pentathlon, for which she'll have her Olympic this summer.
College sports heavyweight UCLA features heavily on Team USA's men's basketball team for Tokyo 2020.
Francisco "Pako" Cruz makes a high-scoring mark in FIBA's Olympic Qualifying Tournament. (And in Game 2, too.)
A "relative newbie" at age 30, Neah Evans looks to inspire "older" would-be athletes as a Team Great Britain track cyclist at Tokyo 2020.
Rower Kara Kohler is much more "appreciative of (the road to the Olympics)", as she prepares for her second Games appearance this summer nine years after London 2012.
"In the span of two weeks, the USA Shooting Olympic team went from no Leveretts to two."
Golfers Nelly and Jessica Korda buck their brother Sebastian to confirm their Tokyo 2020 ambitions.
Rio 2016 artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez hopes to enjoy Tokyo 2020's "Olympic experience more than ever", especially after a health scare in qualification.
Can Tokyo 2020's rugby sevens jumpstart Japanese women's interest in the sport? Rio 2016 Olympian Chiharu Nakamura hopes so.
Rio 2016 bronze medalist Nozomi Okuhara has learned confidence as a top badminton player over the last five years.
Can Team Australia's Olyroos "shock the world" in Tokyo 2020's Group of Death' in men's soccer?
(But Spain's roster brings some heavy hitters.)
Irish Times: Is Novak Djokovic destined to be the greatest-ever tennis player?
All-around cyclist Mathieu van der Poel, with a strong start at the Tour de France, is committed to mountain biking at Tokyo 2020, and beyond.
A metal plate, six screws, and 16 stitches has Sarah Sjostrom back on track for swimming at Tokyo 2020.
"An absolute dream": 32-year-old Laura Gallagher named to Great Britain's trampoline Tokyo 2020 squad after years of international competition.
Switching from handball to field hockey "changed (her) life completely", says Udita, Team India's Olympic-bound rising star.
Alpine skier Sofia Goggia's downhill-winning prize from December has finally arrived!
Tim and Jonelle Price return to the Olympics as New Zealand's first couple of equestrian eventing.
ISU.org checks in with Estonian speed skater Saskia Alusalu, who's targeting a repeat Olympic appearance despite limited funding and training company back home.
Table tennis veteran Jian Fang Lay now unexpectedly poised for a sixth Olympic Games for Australia.
And another table tennis stalwart, Germany's Timo Boll, still seeks an Olympic medal at age 40.
More 'veteran' news: Karateka Sandra Sanchez was once told she was "too old" for championships; now she's a gold contender in her sport's Olympic debut.