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This Sept. 27, 2019, file photo shows United States' Megan Jastrab celebrating winning the women junior event at the road cycling World Championships in Harrogate, England. The cycling team that the U.S. is taking to the Tokyo Olympics is a little bit different than the one it would have taken a year ago, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to postpone the Summer Games by an entire year. Among those on the team announced Thursday, June 10, 2021, are mountain biker Haley Batten, who's been on the podium each of the first two World Cup races of the season; Jastrab, the 19-year-old track cycling prodigy who will be part of the gold medal-favorite women's pursuit team and also contest the Madison; and 23-year-old time trial star Brandon McNulty. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, File) **FILE**
Photo by: Manu Fernandez
This Sept. 27, 2019, file photo shows United States' Megan Jastrab celebrating winning the women junior event at the road cycling World Championships in Harrogate, England. The cycling team that the U.S. is taking to the Tokyo Olympics is a little bit different than the one it would have taken a year ago, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to postpone the Summer Games by an entire year. Among those on the team announced Thursday, June 10, 2021, are mountain biker Haley Batten, who's been on the podium each of the first two World Cup races of the season; Jastrab, the 19-year-old track cycling prodigy who will be part of the gold medal-favorite women's pursuit team and also contest the Madison; and 23-year-old time trial star Brandon McNulty. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez, File) **FILE**

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