Four Hoosiers will be among the athletes representing the United States in the upcoming Olympics.
The United States Olympic Committee officially announced Tuesday its 530-member roster for the 2012 Olympics in London later this month -- which included driver David Boudia, track and field competitors Amber Campbell and Morgan Uceny and soccer forward Lauren Cheney.
Three of four Hoosiers on Team USA are from the Indianapolis area with Campbell and Cheney residing in Indianapolis, while Boudia is from Noblesville. The only Olympic athlete from the northern portion of Indiana is Uceny, who lives in Plymouth.
Boudia will perform in the most medal events of any Hoosier -- the 10-meter drive and the 10-meter synchronize drive. In addition, Campbell will participate in the hammer throw and Ucency will compete in the 1,500-meter race.
Indiana is one of the 44 states represented on Team USA for the upcoming Olympics.
California led all states with 128 athletes selected to the Olympics. In addition, New York and Pennsylvania each had 35 members and Texas finished fourth among the states with 33 athletes earning an Olympic spot.
Illinois with 18 Olympians had the most of any Midwest state.
Indiana having more female than male Olympians was trend throughout most states for the upcoming games.
Team USA will be comprised of 269 females and 261 males. This is the first time in the nation's history that a Team USA features more female than male athletes.
The United States will compete 25 sports and have an opportunity to medal in 246 of the 302 events in London.
The 2012 Summer Olympics will begin July 27 and end Aug. 12.