They are world champions and some of the best of the best in their sport, but that doesn't mean people know everything about them — especially those who edit their Wikipedia pages.
Here are some members of Team USA going through the information about themselves on the publicly edited sites, and seeing what is right and what is wrong. Be sure to check out all the latest action from Tokyo right here.
She was a two-time NCAA champion at UConn and a two-time WNBA All-Star, but Dolson still found errors on her page — including one of the teams it listed her as having played for.
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He is one of the most celebrated U.S. rugby players and touted as "The Fastest Man in American Rugby," so did Wikipedia really get Isles' place of birth wrong?
Rogers has set — and broken — many American records in weightlifting. But she still gets asked about her (very brief) time as a cheerleader, even if she was a gymnast for far longer. And someone at Wikipedia needs to update her weight class!
Fuchs is a three-time Louisiana Golden Gloves champion, but she did not start boxing to stay in shape for cross country in college — because she had already been kicked off the team by then! (And yes, she really did have a positive test for a banned substance due to sexual intercourse.)
Wikipedia has it right when it says Snyder was the youngest Olympic gold medalist and the youngest world champion in American wrestling history. And while it's also correct that he went 179-0 in high school, he wouldn't mind if one detail about a takedown was taken out.