Olympians who have competed on 'Dancing with the Stars'

The 26th season of “Dancing with the Stars” will premiere this spring and ABC has announced the cast will be made entirely of athletes. That means a few of the athletes we’ve seen starring in PyeongChang will probably be featured on the show.

Olympians have been featured on past seasons of the show and experienced a good deal of success.

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<p>Soccer player Hope Solo </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Soccer player Hope Solo

<p>Figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi won the Mirrorball trophy during season six. </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi won the Mirrorball trophy during season six.

<p>Gymnast Shawn Johnson won the Mirrorball trophy during season 8. </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Gymnast Shawn Johnson won the Mirrorball trophy during season 8.

<p>Ice dancer Meryl Davis won the Mirrorball trophy during season 18. </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Ice dancer Meryl Davis won the Mirrorball trophy during season 18.

<p>Apolo Anton Ohno was the first Winter Olympian to compete on the show and he took home the Mirrorball trophy in the fourth season. </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Apolo Anton Ohno was the first Winter Olympian to compete on the show and he took home the Mirrorball trophy in the fourth season.

<p>Figure skater Charlie White </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Figure skater Charlie White

<p>Gymnast Simone Biles </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Gymnast Simone Biles

<p>Track and bobsled competitor Lolo Jones </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Track and bobsled competitor Lolo Jones

<p>Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan

<p>Figure skater Dorothy Hamill </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Figure skater Dorothy Hamill

<p>Gymnast Nastia Liukin </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Gymnast Nastia Liukin

<p>Gymnast Laurie Hernandez won the Mirrorball trophy during season 23. </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Gymnast Laurie Hernandez won the Mirrorball trophy during season 23.

<p>Volleyball player Misty May-Treanor </p>
Olympians on DWTS

Volleyball player Misty May-Treanor

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