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Zach Lund

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Zach Lund is an American skeleton racer. He won two bronze medals at the FIBT World Championships. He finished #1 in World Cup standings. Lund qualified for the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He finished in fifth place overall in the Skeleton race. In many circles, Lund is given credit as the man who popularized the sport and made many children... read full bio

Yohan Blake

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The Jamaicans rise has seen his name continually in the headlines. Blake claimed gold as a key member of the Jamaica relay squad which, for the second straight time at a global showpiece, broke the world record. Blake is the second fastest man ever at both the 100m and 200m having clocked three of the fastest 11 runs ever over... read full bio

Yana Klochkova

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Yana Klochkova is a swimmer, who has won five Olympic medals in her career, with four of them being gold. She is Master of Sports, World Class and the only multi gold medal holder. Her gold medals came in the 200 meter individual medley and the 400 meter individual medley at the Summer Olympics; her silver medal came in the... read full bio

Xeno Muller

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Xeno Muller is a Swiss rower and Olympic gold medallist. He helped lead Brown to an undefeated season and a national championship in the eight man boat. Muller was the first ever single sculler rowing the 2000 meters in a time way below 6.40. Muller showed a first dominating season in his single with winning the Overall FISA Rowing World... read full bio

William Joseph Cheek

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William Joseph Cheek is an American speed skater and former inline speed skater. He specializes in the short and middle distances. Cheek's breakthrough was in the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. During that tournament he won the bronze medal in the 1,000 meters and he missed the podium in the 1,500 meters by 0.08 seconds. He won a bronze... read full bio

Will Claye

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Will Claye is a track and field athlete who competes in the long jump and triple jump. He won a bronze medal in the World Championships and the gold medal at the IAAF World Indoor Championships. In his Olympic debut at the Summer Olympics in London, Claye won a bronze medal in long jump and a silver medal in triple... read full bio

Wendy Turnbull

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She reached the final of three Grand Slam Singles Championships and held a spot among the Top 10 singles players in the world. Her success in doubles made her one of the best doubles players in the world. Wendy has won 9 Grand Slam Ladies Doubles and Mixed Doubles Titles at Wimbledon, the French and US Opens. At the French... read full bio

Walter Dix

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Walter Dix is a sprinter who specializes in the 100 meters and 200 meters. He is the fourth-fastest 200-meter runner ever with a best of 19.53 seconds, and has broken the 10-second barrier in the 100 meters, with a best of 9.88 seconds. Dix was a highly successful amateur athlete, setting a state record in the 100 m and trying... read full bio

Victoria Pendleton

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Victoria Pendleton she had become Britain's best-ever sprint cyclist, tearing apart world records and winning gold medals. She was victorious at the British National Track Championships, taking home three silver medals and a bronze and from here she started to grow into the world's best. Her first taste of major success came in the World Cup event in Manchester, where... read full bio

Vicky Galindo

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Cal Hall of Fame inductee, Vicky Galindo is a former member of the USA Softball Women's National Team, where she played third base and second base. She also played for the Chicago Bandits of the National Pro Fastpitch league. Galindo previously played for the UC Berkeley Golden Bears and was an undergrad assistant. She was also the assistant coach for... read full bio

Valerie Brisco

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Valerie Brisco won three gold medals as an Olympic track and field athlete at the Olympics, making her the first Olympian to win gold medals in both the 200- and 400-meter races at a single Olympics. She also won a gold medal for the 4x400 m. Brisco competed in the Olympic Games, which took place in Seoul, South Korea, running... read full bio

Tyson Gay

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Tyson became the first athlete in University of Arkansas history to win an NCAA 100m title. Now, he is also a triple World Champion, an American Record Holder and the second fastest man in history. At the World Championships, Gay became only the second man in history to win titles at 100 meters, 200 meters and the 4x100-meter relay. He... read full bio

Troy Dumais

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Troy Dumais is a competitive diver. Dumais has represented the United States in the Olympic Games, the last in which he won a bronze medal in the synchronized 3m. Dumais gained the second spot representing the United States in the 3m springboard individual event at the Olympic Games in London the following month. He also, along with his 3m synchro... read full bio

Trevor Marsicano

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Trevor Marsicano is an long-track speedskater and silver medalist in the Winter Olympics. Marsicano won a silver medal for his part in the team pursuit. Marsicano's breakthrough performance was at the World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships where he won four medals. Marsicano then went on to win four medals at the 2009 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships at... read full bio

Tracie Ruiz-Conforto

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Tracie Ruiz-Conforto is a three-times Olympic medalist from the United States in synchronized swimming. She won 2 gold medals in 1984 and won a silver medal in 1988. Conforto excelled in both the solo and duet routines, winning a total of 41 gold medals during her career at national and international level. In the women's solo event Ruiz achieved consecutive... read full bio

Torah Bright

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Torah Bright is a professional snowboarder. She is an Olympic gold and silver medalist. She won a bronze medal at the FIS Snowboarding World Championships. Bright entered three World Cup events she placed third in both events, qualifying for the Australian Olympic team. Bright earned a silver medal at the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado. She returned the following... read full bio

Tonya Harding

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Tonya Harding is a former figure skating champion, a two-time Olympian, and a two-time Skate America Champion. Tonya became the first American woman to win a Russian award as a skater. The high point in Tonya's career came in at the Target Center in Minneapolis at Senior Nationals, where Tonya won her first National title. Skating two perfect programs, Tonya... read full bio

Tony DiCicco

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Tony DiCicco is an association football player, coach and commentator from the United States. He is best known as the coach of the United States women's national soccer team. DiCicco became the goalkeeper coach for the U.S. women's team. He took over as head coach of the women's team, and compiled a record of 10388, culminating with the team's dramatic... read full bio

Tommy Moe

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Tommy Moe became the first American skier to win two medals in the Olympics by claiming gold and silver honors. He competed for the U.S. team at the Olympics in France, but finished no higher than 18th in his three events. Moe took a hiatus from the pressure of competitive skiing before rededicating himself to training. He earned his first... read full bio

Tommie Smith

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African-American track-and-field star Tommie Smith raised a gloved fist in a salute to black unity after winning the 200-meter gold medal at the 1968 Olympics. He achieved this feat in 19.83 seconds- the first time in history that the 20-second barrier was broken legally. Smith was elected to the National Track & Field Hall of Fame in 1978, and has... read full bio



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