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Ms. Caldwell is a 3-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Freestyle Aerials Skiing having competed at Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 and PyeongChang 2018.
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won a FIS Freestyle World Championship, a FIS Freestyle World Cup Overall Championship, a FIS Freestyle Overall World Cup Silver medal along with 6 FIS Freestyle Event World Cup Gold, 2 Silver and 2 Bronze.
Domestically she has earned 3 U.S. National Championships and 3 U.S. National Silver medals as well.
Ashley is a graduate of SUNY - Empire State University with a degree in Business with Honors, Distinguished Notation and on the Chancellor's list.
Outside of the slopes, Ashley has given back to the nation taking part in the World Games Special Olympics Torch Relay, she is an ambassador for the Women's Sports Foundation and Right To Play. Additionally, she has held an internship with the Governor's Office of Utah Economic Development after graduation from SUNY.
Ashley has partnerships with Rockin Refuel Chocolate Milk, Bose, Oakley, and ID One Skis.
Ms. Jones was a member of the Canadian Olympic Team in Women's Curling having competed at Sochi 2014.
During her international career representing Canada, she has won an Olympic Gold medal and a World Curling World Championship, a World Championship Silver & Bronze medal.
Domestically, Team Jennifer Jones has won 5x Scotties Tournament of Hearts titles, 3 Silvers and 3 Bronzes. Additionally, the squad has won 3 Home Hardware Canada Cup, 6 World Financial Group Continental Cup titles and a Silver and 7 Pinty's Grand Slam of Curling Tour events.
Jennifer is a graduate of the University of Manitoba with a degree in Business and a Law degree.
She is married to fellow Curler Brent Laing and they have 2 daughters Isabella and Skyla. On occasion, Brent and Jennifer played in mixed curling events.
Outside of being a mom, lawyer and curler is that Jennifer has taken an interest in broadcasting. She has broadcasted provincial Curling coverage the past few years for Rogers Sportsnet.
Jennifer's husband Brent made it to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games for Canada on their Men's Curling squad.
Ms. Krass was a first-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Ski Slopestyle having competed at Sochi 2014. She was the youngest competing member of the U.S. Ski Team and was the 3rd youngest member of the Winter Olympic Team.
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won a Dew Tour Bronze, AFP World Cup (Platinum Event) Gold and (AFP Gold Event) Gold. In 2015, she competed at the X Games.
Julia has been a member of the U.S. Senior National Team since 2015-16.
Currently, she is a student at Dartmouth College and is on track to graduate in 2019. Julia balances school and her World Cup season each year, going to school until November and then returns for the Summer session.
Ms. Serwa is a 3-time member of the Canadian Olympic Team in Women's Ski Cross having competed at Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
During her international career representing Team Canada, she has won an Olympic Gold in 2018 & Silver in 2014, a FIS Freestyle World Championship and 2 X Games Gold (Skier X) and a Bronze medal. Additionally, on the FIS Freestyle World Cup circuit she has won 7 Gold, 9 Silver and 1 Bronze since 2008-09. During the 2015-16 season, she won a Silver medal at the lone test event at PyeongChang for the upcoming Winter Olympics.
Kelsey balances her off-seasons and took the 2014-15 World Cup season off entirely to pursue her education at the University of British Columbia, Kelowna where she is working towards a degree in Health Sciences.
Ms. Duggan is a 3-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Women's Ice Hockey having competed at Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 and PyeongChang 2018
At the 2014 Winter Olympics and for the 2018 Winter Olympics, Meghan is the Team Captain, this has only been achieved by one other American woman and that was Hockey Hall of Fame member Cammi Granato.
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won an Olympic Gold at the 2018 Winter Games, 2 Olympic Silver 2014 & 2010 Winter Games, 7 IIHF Women's World Championship Golds and 2 IIHF Women's World Championship Silver medals. The 7 IIHF Women's Worlds Championships are tied with 2 current U.S. teammates and 2 retired Canadians for the most all-time in the history of the sport. Additionally, she has 6 Golds from the Four Nations Cup along with 4 Silvers and a Bronze.
Meghan is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Biology. While in school, she won 3 NCAA National Championships and became the all-time leading scorer in school history with 238 points in 159 games (108 goals & 130 assists).
In her senior year, she was the NCAA Leading Scorer and added honors as the USA Hockey Women's Player of the Year, Patty Kazmaier Award for best collegiate player, NCAA Women's Frozen Four Co-MVP and Frozen Four All Tournament Team.
Off the ice, Meghan has given back to the nation via her hockey partnership with CCM Hockey. In the past 2 years, she has made donations to Snider Hockey (Flyers) in Philadelphia, Monumental Sports (Capitals) in Washington and a donation to the Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation just prior to the U.S. Women's National Team residency in the local area in September 2017.
In all, these donations tie-in to giving back to the next generation of kids who may not be fortunate to be able to afford hockey equipment, girls/women's hockey development or need a hand at deferring of costs to the sport.
Meghan as a member of the U.S. WNT has been centralized in Tampa Bay, Florida from September 2017 through the Winter Olympics.
She has partnerships with CCM Hockey, Dunkin Donuts, Kellogg's and P&G.
Oksana Masters - Paralympic
Ms. Masters is a 3-time member of the U.S. Paralympic Team in Rowing, Nordic Cross Country Skiing, Biathlon and Para Cycling (road) having competed at London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016.
Oksana was born in the Ukraine and adopted by Gay Masters at the age of 8 and brought to the United States (Buffalo).
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won Paralympic Silver and Bronze in Nordic Cross Country and Bronze in Rowing (mixed sculls). She additionally has won 4 World Para Nordic World Championships in Nordic Cross Country, World Para Nordic Silver in Nordic Cross Country and a World Para Nordic Bronze medals in Nordic Cross Country and UCI World Championship Para Cycling.
Also on her resume is Back to Back to Back Para Nordic Overall World Cup Season Championships, 7 Para Nordic World Cup Final Gold medals in Nordic Cross Country and Biathlon as well as a Bronze. She has also won 30 World Cup medals in Nordic Cross Country, Biathlon and Rowing since 2011-12.
Oksana has earned the following accolades since 2014:
Team USA Awards - Best Female Paralympic Athlete of the Year nominee (3rd nomination in 4 years)
2017 ESPYS Awards - Best Female Athlete with a Disability nominee (4th consecutive year)
2017 FasterSkier Female Para-Nordic Skier of the Year (North America)
March 2017 Team USA - Female Olympic/Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
February 2017 Allianz Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
February 2017 Americas Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
February 2017 Team USA - Female Olympic/Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
• December 2016 Allianz Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
• December 2016 Team USA - Female Olympic/Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
• 2016 U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association Adaptive Athlete of the Year Award
• 2016 FasterSkier Female Para-Nordic Skier of the Year (North America)
• 2016 ESPYS Awards - Best Female Athlete with a Disability nominee
• March 2016 Allianz Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
• March 2016 Team USA - Female Olympic/Paralympic Athlete of the Month nominee
• 2015 Team USA Awards - Female Paralympic Athlete of the Year nominee
• 2015 ESPYS Awards - Best Female Athlete with a Disability nominee
• 2015 FasterSkier Female Para-Nordic Skier of the Year (North America)
• March 2015 Team USA - Female Olympic/Paralympic Athlete of the Month
• 2014 Best of Team U.S. Awards Show - Best Female Paralympian nominee
• 2014 Best of Team U.S. Awards Show - Best Moment of the Paralympic Games nominee
• 2014 ESPYS Awards - Best Female Athlete with a Disability nominee
In July 2017, Oksana wrote this piece for The Players' Tribune about her life:
Mr. Holcomb was a 3-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Men's Bobsled (2-man and 4-man) having competed at Torino 2006, Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014.
During his international career representing Team USA, he won the U.S .first Olympic Gold medal in men's bobsled in 62 years piloting the "Night Train" 4-man sled (Tomasevicz, Mesler & Olsen) at Vancouver 2010. At Sochi 2014 with an torn achilles tendon suffered on the first day of competition in 2-man, Steven and brakeman Steven Langton won the first medal for Team USA in 62 years with a Bronze medal. In the 4-man competition, Steven won an additional Bronze (Tomasevicz, Langton & Fogt). With the 2 medals won in Sochi, no U.S. Bobsled team had won 2 medals at a Games also in 62 years.
Mr. Holcomb and Langton were the only U.S. athletes on the entire Olympic Team to win 2 individual medals at the Games (this feat was duplicated by figure skaters White and Davis who won a Gold in an individual ice dancing and bronze in a team competition).
Steven additionally won 5 FIBT/IBSF World Championships in 2-man, 4-man and team events as well as 5 World Championship Bronze medals in these same events over his career.
He won 6 FIBT/IBSF Overall World Cup Season Championships in 2006-07, 2009-10 and 2013-14. Steven also won 4 Overall World Cup Season globes including 3 in 2016-17 and another in 2013-14.
At the FIBT/IBSF World Cup level he won 60 medals in 2-man and 4-man over his career. By far, he had the most successful career in American bobsled world cup history.
Steven was a student at DeVry University where he was studying to earn his degree in Computer Science. He had a 3.94 GPA.
Steven passed away at the age of 37 in May 2017. In June 2017, he was the lone inductee into the U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton Hall of Fame.