Ami Kondo (Judo, Japan)Giarnni Regini-Moran (Gymnastics, Great Britain)Sakina Karchaoui (Soccer, France)Marcus Vinicius D’almeida (Archery, Brazil)Si Yajie (Diving, China)Kanak Jha (Table Tennis, US)Sei Young Kim (Golf, South Korea)Max Esposito (Modern Pentathlon, Australia)Sushila Chanu (Field Hockey, India)
Do You Know Which Olympian Is The Youngest?
The Japanese judo practitioner is the youngest on her team at 21 years old, but not the youngest of these Olympians.
He just turned 18 years old, making him eligible to go to the Olympics for Great Britain. But he is not the youngest of this bunch.
The 20-year-old is the youngest on the French women's soccer team, but not the youngest of these Olympians.
Known in Brazil as "archery's Neymar," Marcus is only 18 years old, making him the youngest to qualify for the Olympics in archery. But he's not the youngest of these Olympians.
Si, now 17 years old, already won a gold medal at the age of 14, and is definitely an athlete to look out for during the diving competitions. But she's not the youngest of these athletes.
Kanak Jha, table tennis prodigy, is only 16 years old and the youngest on the Rio-bound US squad.
Sei is 23 years old, and also a third-degree black belt in Taekwondo, but not the youngest of these Olympians.
Max, 19 years old, will be joining his sister Chloe at Rio competing in the modern pentathlon, which is an event made up of fencing, swimming, horse riding, shooting, and cross-country. But he's not the youngest of these Olympians.
She is 24 years old and will be captaining the Indian Field Hockey Team at Rio. But she's not the youngest of these athletes.