USA Women’s Olympic Gymnastics Team 2024 Predictions: Roster For Paris

The 2024 Paris Olympics will be a quest for the United States women’s gymnastics team to get back to the top.

The Americans won gold medal in the women’s team all-around competition in 2012 and 2016, the first time that Team USA had won back-to-back titles. But at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, athletes from Russia got the gold medal and the American took home silver. Before we get there, though, the members of the U.S. delegation must be chosen. And Minneapolis, Minnesota, will be the place where that happens, as the U.S. Olympic Team Trials are set for June 27-30 at the Target Center.

Ohio sports betting operators will have plentiful wagering options posted for the 2024 Paris Olympics. With that in mind, we created odds for who will make the U.S. women’s gymnastics team in France this summer. The Olympics are scheduled for July 26 to Aug. 11. Gymnastics events (officially called artistic gymnastics, to set them apart from rhythmic gymnastics) are scheduled July 27 to Aug. 5.

See the USA Gymnastics website for event details.

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USA Women’s Olympic Gymnastics Team 2024 Predictions: 7-Team Roster For Paris 2024

Scenario Athlete Odds Pct. Chance
Team Simone Biles -6000 98.4%
Team Shilese Jones -5000 98.0%
Team Jade Carey -750 88.2%
Team Sunisa Lee -450 81.8%
Team Kayla DiCello -150 60.0%
Alternate Jordan Chiles -600 85.7%
Alternate Gabby Douglas -450 81.8%
Miss Leanne Wong +125 44.4%
Miss Kaliya Lincoln +350 22.2%
Miss Joscelyn Robertson +550 15.4%
Miss Skye Blakely +1000 9.1%
Miss Trinity Thomas +1000 9.1%
------ The Field +1500 6.2%

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Simone Biles – who was born in Columbus, Ohio, but spent most of her youth near Houston, Texas – is regarded as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, female American gymnast ever. She won four gold medals at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, including one as a part of that team title. She also was first in the individual all-around, floor exercise and vault. In the 2020 Games she won bronze in the balance beam and was again part of a team medal, this time silver.

Biles won her eighth U.S. all-around title at the 2023 U.S. Gymnastics Championships in San Jose, California, extending her own record. No other American, man or woman, has won as many. Then 26, Biles also became the oldest American woman ever to win the all-around (she turned 27 on March 14, 2024). She is a prohibitive favorite in our odds at -6000, which is a 98.4% implied probability, to make this year’s Olympic team.

The entire U.S. Olympic team has -600 odds at BetMGM Ohio Sportsbook to earn the most gold medals in the 2024 Paris Games.

Shilese Jones is about as much of a lock as Biles, with -5000 odds (a 98.0% probability). Jones won the silver medal in the all-around at the 2023 U.S. Championships and earned the gold medal in the uneven bars for the second consecutive year. Jones will turn 22 during the Paris Olympics.

Other USA Gymnastics Contenders For Olympics

The other three gymnasts who we tip to be on Team USA in Paris are Jade Carey (-750 odds, 88.2% probability), Sunisa Lee (-450, 81.8%) and Kayla DiCello (-150, 60%). Our picks to be alternate members of the team are Jordan Chiles (-600 odds to be an alternate, or an 85.7% probability) and veteran Gabby Douglas (-450, 81.8%).

The bronze medalist in the all-around at the 2023 U.S. Championships, Leanne Wong, has +125 odds to make the team as an alternate.

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Ohio native Jim Tomlin has 30 years of experience in journalism, mostly in sports. He lends his expertise to as a writer and editor after previous experience at the Tampa Bay Times, FanRag, Saturday Down South and Saturday Tradition.

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