Goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson ’17 stops a shot during a women’s exhibition water polo match against Australia in May 2016. Johnson is headed to the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo.
AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill

A streak of Tigers has qualified to compete in the Tokyo Olympics this summer, so watch for these names as the games get underway.

Know of another Princetonian competing? Email us at paw@princeton.edu so we can include them here.

American Samoa
Nathan Ikon Crumpton ’08, sprinting

Tim Masters ’15, rowing
Ed Trippas ’22, steeplechase

Fred Vystavel ’16, rowing

Mohamed Hamza ’23, foil fencing

Great Britain
Lizzie Bird ’17, steeplechase
Tom George ’18, rowing 
Hannah Scott ’21, rowing

New Zealand
Julia Ratcliffe ’16, hammer throw

Sondre Guttormsen ’23, pole vault

Kathleen Grace Noble ’18, rowing (read more about Noble here)

United States
Katie Bertko ’06, rowing (coach)
Claire Collins ’19, rowing 
Kat Holmes ’17, epee fencing
Ashleigh Johnson ’17, water polo
Nick Mead ’17, rowing
Oleg Stetsiv, fencing (coach) 
Eliza Stone ’13, saber fencing 
Gevvie Stone ’07, rowing 
Anna Van Brummen ’17, epee fencing
Zoltan Dudas, fencing (coach) 
Mike Zimmer ’88, rowing (team manager)