CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The nation's least populated state will be well-represented at the London Olympics. Wyoming accounts for two of the 530 Olympians the United States is sending to games. Time magazine reports that's more Olympians per capita than any other state.
Rower Brett Newlin and archer Jennifer Nichols will be representing the Cowboy State. According to 2011 Census estimates, Wyoming is home to 568,158 people. California, home to nearly 38 million people, is sending the most Olympians overall - 128.