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Noelle Pikus-Pace is an American skeleton racer. She is born 1982 in Provo, Utah. Noelle is the youngest in a family of eight children.
Pikus-Pace has won five medals at the World Championships. She competed at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics with a sled designed by her husband – who, fortunately, worked in a metal fabrication company. After the dissapointing fourth place Pikus-Pace retired from the sport. Two years later, in 2012, the American announced her return.
Julia Mancuso is an alpine skier from USA. She is born 1984 in Reno, Nevada. Mancuso is one of the most successful ski athletes of her generation, has medals in all three Olympics she’s been competing.
At the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, Julia proved that age isn’t the most important factor in her sport, and suprisingly took the bronze medal in Women’s Combined discipline.
Jamie Anderson is a snowboarder from USA. She is born and raised in Lake Tahoe – a beautiful and freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada, surrounded by mountains and brethtaking landscapes. This formed her worldview and strong relation to the nature.
Despite her youth, Jamie is already one of the best female slopestyle snowboarders in the world, combining talent and unique style.
In her first Olympic Games at Sochi, Russia, she won the gold medal in the slopestyle!
Misty May-Trenor andÂ Kerri Walsh –Â Golden at the 2012Â Olympic Games in England.
The USA Beach Volleyball players did it again. By winning third Olympic GoldÂ theyÂ not only made some history but reserved a spot at the Greatest Olympian’s Club.