After just entering the sport in high school, Allyson is now the most decorated athlete in athletics history – winning nine medals, 16 world championships and holding the world record in the 4x100-meter relay.
Overcoming adversity early on, Jessica was the youngest U.S. Paralympian at the Paralympic Games Athens 2004. She has since gone on to win 13 gold medals and 31 world titles on her way to her fifth-straight appearance in Tokyo.
Ryan showed he had what it takes to win as soon as he started breaking records at age 5. He continued to show that determination in the Olympic Games Rio 2016, sweeping the backstroke events with three gold medals.
A true example of perseverance, Scout was raised in a Chinese orphanage before being adopted by a couple from Michigan. She has since competed in the Paralympic Games Rio 2016 and is a three-time U.S. National Champion in the 100m.
Will's ambition has led him to six Paralympic medals in two separate sports – wheelchair rugby and now para-cycling. Still not backing down, he is currently hard at work preparing for his fifth-straight Paralympic Games.