UNIONDALE, NY - FEBRUARY 26: Chris Bourque #48 of the Boston Bruins skates against the New York Islanders at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on February 28, 2013 in Uniondale, New York. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

The United States has 213 athletes from 31 states in the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, the most of any nation. Massachusetts is well represented, with 13 athletes, including two whose father’s were also Olympians.

Ryan Donato (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Olympians from Massachusetts, according to www.time.com
Name, Age Sport Event Previous Olympics Hometown
Ryan Donato, 21 Ice Hockey Forward None Scituate, Mass.
Kali Flanagan, 22 Ice Hockey Defense None Burlington, Mass.
 Alice Merryweather  Skiing  Downhill  None  Hingham, MA
Annalisa Drew, 24 Freestyle Skiing Halfpipe 2014 Andover, Mass.
Mike Trapp, 29 Snowboarding Parallel Giant Slalom None Marstons Mills, Mass.
Kacey Bellamy, 30 Ice Hockey Defense 2010, 2014 Westfield, Mass.
Bobby Butler, 30 Ice Hockey Forward None Marlborough, Mass.
Meghan Duggan, 30 Ice Hockey Forward 2010, 2014 Danvers, Mass.
John McCarthy, 31 Ice Hockey Forward None Boston , Mass.
Chris Bourque, 32 Ice Hockey Forward None North Reading, Mass.
Jonathan Cheever, 32 Snowboarding Snowboardcross None Saugus, Mass.
Steven Langton, 34 Bobsled Four-Man/Push 2010, 2014 Melrose, Mass.
Noah Welch, 35 Ice Hockey Defense None Brighton, Mass.

Ryan Donato and Chris Bourque are on the men’s hockey team. Ryan’s dad Ted represented the United States in 1988 in the Calgary games. Chris’ dad, the legendary Bruins’ Hall of Fame defenseman Ray, played for Canada in 1998 in Nagano.

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