Which state has the most athletes participating in this year's Winter Olympics?
That would be Colorado, with 31 of the 244 Olympians, or 13 percent of the U.S. team, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It may follow that Colorado is also home to the most skiing establishments (40) and the most sports centers, the Census Bureau reports.
Coming in second in the number of 2018 Olympians is California, with 22, followed by Minnesota at 20, New York at 19 and Utah at 16.
While the state of Vermont didn't make the top five in the number of athletes, it actually boasts the highest concentration of 2018 Olympians, with a ratio of 24.1 Olympic athletes per 1 million people (Vermont's population is only around 600,000; the state had 15 Olympic athletes).
Alaska followed with an average of 9.5 per 1 million (the state's population is approximately 700,000; the state had seven athletes).
Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska do not have any athletes in the games this year, according to the report.