Who Will Join Jenny Arthur On USA's 2016 Olympic Team?

Now that we know Jenny Arthur has been named to one of the three spots on the 2016 US Olympic Team , the question remains: who will take the other two women's spots?

Team USA earned three women's spots for the Rio Olympics through the qualification process and fielded 7 competitors at the 2015 World Championships. One of those women is Jenny Arthur, so that leaves us with 6 obvious options and 1 slightly less obvious option.

Morghan King

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Morghan King competes in the 48kg weight class, finished 10th at the 2014 Worlds and 23rd at the 2015 Worlds.

Kathleen Winters

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Kathleen Winters also competes in the 48kg weight class. She finished 28th at the 2015 Worlds and didn't compete at the 2014 Worlds.

Jessica Lucero

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Jessica Lucero competes as a 58 and finished 17th at the 2015 Worlds.

Mattie Rogers

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Mattie Rogers competes in the 69kg weight class, and she finished 16th at the 2015 Worlds.

Sarah Robles

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Sarah Robles competes in the women's 75kg+ weight class. She competed for Team USA at the 2012 Olympics and finished 6th at the 2015 Worlds.

Holly Mangold

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Holly Mangold also competes in the 75kg+ weight class and also represented Team USA in the 2012 Olympics. She finished 23rd at the 2015 Worlds.

Marissa Klingseis

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Marissa Klingseis, also in the 75kg+ weight division, was the alternate for the World Team that competed at the 2015 Worlds.

So who do you think will be joining Jenny Arthur on the US Olympic Team?

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