Allison Baver

She’s never slowed down BioAchievementsMore A three-time Winter Games competitor, Allison won her first medal at the 2010 Vancouver Games as a member of the bronze medal-winning women’s 3,000-meter relay team. But her journey to Vancouver started way back in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania where she began her sporting life as a roller skater. Allison graduated…

Jilleanne Rookard

“Give up” is not in her vocabulary BioAchievementsMore Jilleanne Rookard made the change from inline skating to speed skating in 2006. It wasn't the easiest of transitions, but she eventually established herself as one of the best American long-track skaters on the ice. At any step along the way she could have given up; quietly…

Jordan Malone

Short tracks and high speeds BioAchievementsMore Jordan Malone is the only short-track speed skater in the U.S. to compete in five straight World Championship events (2005-09). His mom first took him to a roller rink at the tender age of 5, where he just wanted to go fast. Moving from inline skating to falling in…

Kelly Gunther

She’s got it on ice BioAchievementsMore Kelly Gunther is rightfully nicknamed “The Comeback Kid”—she epitomizes perseverance and determination. After a heart-breaking ruling rescinded her place on the American skating team for the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Kelly’s foot was nearly severed in a horrific accident on the ice just three months later in the…

Peter Frenette

Making great leaps BioAchievementsMore Displaying strong dedication to the sport, New York native Peter Frenette started ski jumping at age 6 and never looked back. While still in high school and one of the youngest athletes at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Peter deferred his acceptance to the University of Denver to continue jumping…

Kris Freeman

Enduring performance BioAchievementsMore As a four-time winter games competitor, cross-county skier Kris Freeman is all about breaking new ice. Kris, aka “Freebird,” has won 16 national championships, placed fourth at the 2009 World Ski Championship (missing the bronze medal by a mere 1.3 seconds), in addition to competing in three grueling events at the Games…

Kelli Stack

Eyes on the prize BioAchievementsMore With her sights set on gold, two-time silver medal-winning hockey forward Kelli Stack believes she’ll return to the Games in 2018 to compete once again. And given her resumé on the ice, there's little doubt she'll be back. Kelli’s collegiate experience includes playing an integral role in helping Boston College…

Brianne McLaughlin

The puck stops here BioAchievementsMore Brianne McLaughlin is right at home on the ice, having started skating in Ohio at age 5. As a college goalie for the Robert Morris University Colonials, she stopped 3,809 of the 4,188 shots she faced, recording a .910 save average. In 2010-11, Brianne was drafted by the Burlington Barracudas…

Megan Bozek

The best defense is good offense BioAchievementsMore As one of the top-scoring defensewomen on both her University of Minnesota Golden Gophers college team and in the national collegiate rankings, Illinois-born Megan was also the team’s captain. A silver medalist in the 2014 Sochi Games, she’s focused on winning gold and aspires to play for the…