The baby of Team USA is 16-year-old aerialist Ashley Caldwell, a former gymnast and the first athlete out of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association's Elite Air program to make the Olympics. The youngest male is ski jumper Peter Frenette, who turns 18 on Feb. 24.
Curler Tracy Sachtjen is the eldest U.S. Olympian; she'll turn 41 midway through the Vancouver Games. The oldest male is fellow curler John Benton, 40. Both Sachtjen and Benton are making their Olympic debuts.
Five women are tied as the shortest U.S. athletes: Biathlete Laura Spector, hockey player Erika Lawler, moguls skier Michelle Roark and pairs figure skaters Amanda Evora and Caydee Denney all stand five feet tall.
Four-man bobsled pusher Chuck Berkeley is 6'5".
Hockey player Angela Ruggiero, who has won Olympic gold, silver and bronze, appeared on The Apprentice in 2007. She was fired after 10 episodes, but Donald Trump was so impressed that off the air he offered her a job. Ruggiero turned down The Donald and played for the Minnesota Whitecaps of the Western Women's Hockey League.