10 key numbers for Sochi Games

At just 15, Maggie Voisin is the youngest competitor at either the Winter or Summer Olympics since Michael Phelps in 1996. AP Photo/Julie Jacobson

While the opening ceremony isn't until Friday, the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games officially got underway today with the team figure skating event, freestyle skiing qualifications and snowboard slopestyle qualifications. So it's high time to take a look at some of the numbers.

0: Number of Americans who have competed in six Winter Olympics. Flagbearer Todd Lodwick, who is scheduled to compete next week in Nordic combined, is set to become the first.

15: Age of Team USA's youngest competitor, Maggie Voisin, who will make her debut next week on the slopestyle skiing course. She's the youngest American Winter Olympian since 1972.

22: The Sochi Olympics are the 22nd edition of the Winter Olympics.

37: Medals won by Team USA at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, the most of any country.

38: Number of states represented on Team USA's roster. California leads the way with 20.

46: Age of Team USA's oldest athlete, curler Ann Swishelm.

55: Age of the oldest athlete from any country in Sochi, Mexican skier Prince Hubertus von Hohenlohe.

60: Height, in inches, of the shortest members of Team USA, figure skater Marissa Castelli and short track speedskater Jessica Smith.

230: Total number of athletes on Team USA's roster, the largest delegation for any team in Winter Olympics history.

303: Number of medals Norway has won at the Winter Olympics, the most of any country. The United States is second with 254.