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Aaron Peirsol

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American Olympian Aaron Peirsol is a swimmer and record holder for the 100 and 200-meter backstrokes. He participated in the 2000, 2004, and 2008 summer games, capturing a total of seven medals. Peirsol is widely considered one of the greatest backstroke swimmers in history. He is best known for sweeping the gold medals in his signature stroke at the Athens... read full bio

Al Joyner

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Al Joyner is a former professional athlete who was an Olympic gold medalist in the triple jump. With a leap of 17.26 m (56'-7.5), he became the first American in 80 years to win a gold medal in this event. Al was also honored with the 1984 Jim Thorpe Award, given annually to the top American male in the field... read full bio

Alex Morgan

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Alex Morgan made history as the youngest player on 2011 FIFA Womens World Cup. She was 22 years old and she scored the winning goal the next year at the London Olympics. Alex is currently a forward for Orlando Pride and is only the second woman to score twenty goals and make twenty assists in the same year. She was... read full bio

Allyson Felix

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In 2012, Allyson Felix had one of the best performances ever by an American woman at the Olympics. Bringing home three gold medals, Felix began her career in 2003. Felix emerged as the new American Female sprinter to watch going into the 2004 Athens Olympic Games and she did not disappoint, bringing her country home a silver medal in the... read full bio

Amanda Beard

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Amanda Beard is a seven-time Olympic medal-winning swimmer, known for overcoming many obstacles to achieve her dreams. Amanda devotes her time doing appearances for her Olympic Sponsors, speaking engagements for Breast Cancer awareness and talking with young swimmers throughout the United States about overcoming obstacles and setting high goals. She inspires women of all ages to be confident. Amanda... read full bio

Amanda Borden

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Amanda Borden is a retired American gymnast. She is best known for competing in the 1996 Summer Olympics. Borden was the team captain for the American gymnast team that won gold that year. Referred to as the Magnificent Seven, with all six other members submitting her name in the vote, including the more experienced Shannon Miller. Her vivacious personality and... read full bio

Amanda Weir

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Amanda Weir participated in the 2012 Olympics and won a silver medal. Weirs team later won a bronze medal. Leading after her leg of the relay, the US team finished second to the Australians, setting an American Record with their finishing time. She earned a Silver medal in the 4100 medley relay by helping her team qualify for the final.... read full bio

Amy Chow

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Amy Chow is a retired Gymnast and a member of the famous Magnificent Seven. She was the first Asian American woman to take an Olympic medal. Amy Chow began training in gymnastics at the age of 3 and was coached by Mark Young, and has competed in national and international competitions. Chow has two gymnastic... read full bio

Bart Conner

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Bart Conner is a former American gymnast who, as a member of the gold medal-winning men's gymnastics team at the 1984 Summer Olympic Games, won an individual gold on the parallel bars. He was also the 1979 World Champion on the parallel bars. Conner currently owns and operates the Bart Conner Gymnastics Academy in Norman, Oklahoma along with his wife,... read full bio

Billy Kidd

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A silver medalist in the slalom at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Billy Kidd was the first American man to earn an Olympic medal in alpine skiing. Both Kidd and Heuga were just 20 years old at the time. Kidd also took third in the combined, then a non-medal event in the Olympics. He finished 8th in the giant... read full bio

Bob Richards

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Bob Richards was the second man to vault 15 feet and, like the first man over this height, Cornelius Dutch Warmerdam, he dominated the event for a number of years. Richards is the only man in history to win two Olympic gold medals in the pole vault, these came after an Olympic bronze in 1948. Unlike many champions in this... read full bio

Bode Miller

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Bode Miller is quite literally changing the sport of ski racing. From his unique racing style to his major influence on the ski industry and how equipment is designed, this two-time Olympic medalist and three-time World Champion is truly a driving force in the world of Alpine ski racing. For all his recent triumphs and instant celebrity, Bode Miller is... read full bio

Bonnie Blair

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Bonnie Kathleen Blair is a retired American speed skater. She is one of the top skaters of her time, and one of the most decorated athletes in Olympic history. Blair competed for the United States in four Olympics, and in her Olympic career won five gold medals and one bronze medal. Bonnie is a member of the Chicagoland Sports Hall... read full bio

Brendan Hansen

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Brendan Hansen captured a gold medal, 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal in 4 x 100 meter relay, 100 meter and 200 meter breaststroke respectively in the 2004 Athens Summer Olympic Games. In 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games Brendan finished fourth in 100 meter breaststroke event whereas he earned a gold medal in 4 x 100 meter relay. This... read full bio

Brian Boitano

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Few athletes have enjoyed the artistic and popular success that figure skater Brian Boitano has achieved since winning the gold medal for the United States at the 1988 Winter Olympics Games in Calgary, Canada. Brians skating is characterized by power, precision, consistency and emotion. He created and routinely performs his signature jump, the Tano Triple, so difficult it has rarely... read full bio

Cameron A. Myler

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Voted Female Athlete of the Year nine times, Cameron Myler is an American luger who was a member of the U.S. National Luge Team from 1985 to 1998. Competing in four Winter Olympics, she earned her best finish of fifth in the women's singles event at Albertville in 1992. She carried the American flag during the opening ceremony of the... read full bio

Cammi Granato

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Cammi Granato began playing for the US womens hockey team in 1990 and led TEAM USA to the first Olympic gold medal in women's hockey at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan. That raised the profile of women's hockey in the USA and made Cammi one of the most recognizable female athletes in America. She was picked to... read full bio

Carl Lewis

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Carl Lewis is a former professional track and field athlete who won 10 Olympic medals including 9 gold, and 10 World Championships medals, of which 8 were gold. His career spanned from 1979 when he first achieved a world ranking to 1996 when he last won an Olympic title and subsequently retired. Lewis is now an actor and has appeared... read full bio

Caroline Burckle

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With her radiant smile and beaming personality to match, Caroline Burckle has been a force on the American swimming scene since she was young. And signed on to become a Florida Gator in 2004. In Gainesville, Caroline fine-tuned her skills in the middle distance and distance events. In her senior year, Caroline won NCAA Titles in both the 200 and... read full bio

Cary Mullen

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Cary Mullen was a non-prodigy that placed last in his first World Cup race, but he uncovered 5 Winning Secrets that top producers use to consistently achieve peak results. Using these 5 principles, he became a two-time Olympian and World Cup Champion and set the World Downhill Speed Record of 97mph in Kitzbuhel, Austria. While many view the issues... read full bio



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