Career Highlights: Railey qualified for her first Olympics in the Laser Radial division after just missing out in 2008, when she lost at the U.S. trials to eventual gold-medal winner Anna Tunnicliffe. She'll be 25 by the time these Games begin, so she comes into London with more maturity and experience. Railey, whose brother Zach won a silver medal in the Finn in Beijing and is also part of the 2012 Olympic team, was named ISAF world sailor of the year in 2006. She punched her ticket to London at the world championships in December. Railey has been competing for the U.S. team since she was 17 and was ranked No. 1 when she graduated from high school in 2005.