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April Holmes - Paralympic
Ms Holmes is a 4-time member of the U.S. Paralympic Team in Track & Field (T44 100m, 200m & Long Jump) having competed at Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016.
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won a Paralympic Gold and 2 Bronze medals, 2 IPC Paralympic World Championship Golds and 2 Bronze in outdoor competition as well as IPC Paralympic World Championship Indoor Silver medal.
On a domestic front, April has won 34 U.S. National Championships in the 100m, 200m and Long Jump since 2002.
In her career, April has held 14 World Records including the T44 100m that held for 10 years (2006-2016). She still holds the American records in the 100m, 200m 400m and Long Jump.
April is a graduate of Norfolk State University with a degree in Mass Communications and earned a MBA in Marketing from the University of Phoenix.
During her career, April has earned the following accolades:
• 2015 NCAA Inspiration Award
• 2012 National Urban League “Woman of Power”
• 2009 Laureus World Sports Award for Sportsperson of the Year with a disability nominee
• 2006 Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles, Fast Woman of the Year
• 2004 USOC Spirit Award
• Named by the International Paralympic Committee “Top 10 Women in Paralympic Sport”
• CIAA Hall of Fame
• Black College Alumni Hall of Fame
• Member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
Outside of the track, April created The April Holmes Foundation, opening avenues that will prevent those with disabilities from being handicapped. She has also been an ambassador for Classroom Champions, First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign and the U.S. Anti Doping Agency.
April lives and trains in the greater Orlando area.
Mrs. Cogdell-Unrein, a 3-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Shotgun Trap having competed at Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016.
During her international career representing Team USA, she has won 2 Olympic Bronze medals, Pan American Games Bronze medal, ISSF World Cup Final Bronze medal, 5x ISSF World Cup medalist and Championship of the Americas Gold medalist.
During her domestic career, Corey has won 3 U.S. National Championships, a Silver and 2 Bronze medals. Additionally at U.S. Olympic Trial qualifications she finished first twice in 2016 and 2008, finishing second in 2012.
She is the first native born Alaskan to participate in three Summer Olympic Games.
Corey is married to professional football player Mitchell Unrein. Mitchell has played for the Denver Broncos (including Super Bowl 50 vs Seattle), the San Diego Chargers and the past two seasons with the Chicago Bears. They are the proud parents of a French Bulldog named Magnus. Magnus comes with Corey as she trains on different ranges around the nation.
They reside between sports seasons in Chicago and Colorado. Both Corey and Mitchell LOVE spending time in the outdoors, hunting, fishing and camping.
Outside of her sport, Corey has appeared in a variety of television episodes for Wild West Alaska and NRA All-Access.
She is in training to reach her 4th Olympic Games at Tokyo 2020.
Ms. Anderson is a 2-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team in Open Water Swimming (Marathon Swimming) having competed at London 2012 and Rio 2016.
During her international career representing Team USA in Open Water Swimming, she has won an Olympic Silver medal (2012), 2 FINA World Championship Gold medals (2015, 2013), 2 Pan Pacific Gold medals (2018, 2014), a FINA World Championship Silver medal (2017) and 3 FINA World Cup Open Water Marathon Gold (2018, 2015, 2012) and 1 Silver (2018) medals.
Haley is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a degree in Communications. While in school, she won 3 NCAA National Championships in the 500 yard & 1650 yard freestyle along with 2 Bronze medals in the 1650 yard free. She added 6 Pac-12 championships in the 500 yard & 1650 yard free as well.
Growing up in the Anderson family was one with an aquatics background from mom Collette who swam at the University of Hawaii, to her older sister Alyssa who made the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team winning Gold in a long course freestyle relay and been passed along to younger sister Jordan who is a senior swimmer at the University of Utah.
Out of the pool, Haley has given back to the community in Southern California through initiatives that helped provide publicity for the 2015 World Games Special Olympics and was a member of the LA 2024/2028 Athlete’s Commission.
As a part of her endorsement relationship with Arena, Haley will be making swimsuit and aquatic product donations to different underserved communities from 2018-2020.
Joe Berenyi - Paralympic
Mr. Berenyi is a 2-time member of the U.S. Paralympic Team in Cycling (track and road) having competed at London 2012 and Rio 2016.
During his international career representing Team USA, he has won a Paralympic Gold, 2 Paralympic Silver and Paralympic Bronze, 7 UCI World Championship Para-Cycling Gold, 3 UCI World Championship Para-Cycling Silver, 3 Para-Pan American Games Gold and Para-Pan American Games Silver medals.
In his domestic career, he won over 20 medals since 2010 in both (track & road).
Joe is married (Jill) and a father of 3 daughters (Gwen, Sydney and Tatum) and is training for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.
Mr. Azevedo, a 5-time Olympian retired from U.S. Water Polo in June 2017 after a career that spanned from Sydney 2000 to Athens 2004 to Beijing 2008 to London 2012 to Rio 2016 where he was born.
During his international career representing Team USA, he won an Olympic Silver medal and 5 Pan American Games Gold medals.
Professionally, Tony played abroad in Italy, Montenegro, Croatia and Brazil during his career. While playing abroad, he won National Championships in Italy, Montenegro and Brazil.
Tony is a graduate of Stanford University with a degree in International Relations. While in school, he won 2 NCAA National Championships, a finalist in the Championship all 4 years and was named as the Peter Cutino National Collegiate Player of the Year all 4 years as well, a feat that has never been duplicated. During the Pac-12 Centennial in 2016-17, he was named the Water Polo Player of the Century, by the Conference.
Tony was inducted into the Stanford Sports Hall of Fame as well during the 2016-17 school year.
He and his wife Sara met while they were undergrads and today have two children Cruz and Luna.
His interests today include the creation of a new aquatic event for global youth called The Aquatic Games which staged it's inaugural Games in August 2017 in Long Beach, CA. Now in it’s second year in July 2018, the event is being held on the campus of Long Beach State University and has grown to include athletes from 7 foreign nations and kids from throughout the United States.
Tony is dedicated to bringing future advancement to Water Polo through new training methodology, technology and will have additional partnerships with both U.S. and international men and women in these ventures.
Out of the pool, Tony has worked on initiatives for the Elton John AIDS Foundation, been an advocate for animal cruelty awareness and today is a member of the Los Angeles 2024/2028 Olympic & Paralympic Athletes Advisory Commission. Tony was a ball boy at the Atlanta 1996 Games which provided his inspiration to make it to the Olympics which he did 4 years later in Sydney.
Other attributes achieved by Mr. Azevedo in his career:
- 11x U.S. National Champion (U.S. Open of Water Polo), 9 of which playing for New York Athletic Club
-6x FINA medalist (Super League, Intercontinental Tournament, Eight Nations Cup)
- All Time Leading Scorer, USA Water Polo
- Most U.S. Olympic Water Polo Appearances with 5
- New York Athletic Club Hall of Fame member (2015)