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Michael Phelps

Swimming

Widely regarded as one of the greatest athletes in history, Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time with 22 total medals, 18 of them gold. Phelps became the first American male swimmer to qualify for four Olympic Games and his career is highlighted by the greatest individual performance in Olympic history when he won eight gold medals and set seven world records at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The most accomplished swimmer in World Championships history,  Phelps used his $1MM bonus for his performance in Beijing to create the Michael Phelps Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on growing the sport of swimming and promoting healthy and active lifestyles, especially for children.

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Mikaela Shiffrin

Skiing

Mikaela Shiffrin has already showcased the talent necessary to become one of the best alpine skiers in the history of the sport at the young age of 18. The future of U.S. Skiing, Shiffrin became the youngest skier to win an Olympic gold medal in the slalom discipline and the first American female to win the event since 1972. A Vail, CO native, she had World Cup aspirations since the age of seven and made her first World Cup appearance at the age of 15, reached the podium for the first time in a World Cup event at 16, won her first Word Cup and World Championship at 17 and captured a World Cup slalom season title at 18. A two-time U.S. National Slalom Champion, Shiffrin was the 2012 World Cup Rookie of the Year and was named by Longines as their 2013 Rising Star, an award given to the top female skier under the age of 21. She is the youngest American Slalom World champion in history, and is the youngest World Cup Slalom title winner since Christa Zechmeister of West Germany 39 years ago.

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Apolo Anton Ohno

Legends

Recognized as the face of short track speedskating with his signature hairstyle and bandana, Apolo Anton Ohno is the most decorated American Winter Olympian with eight medals spanning three Winter Olympic Games. Ohno maintains a healthy and active lifestyle and has graced covers of magazines including Men’s Journal, Sports Illustrated, Life, Time and Cosmo while also becoming the first Olympian to win ABC’s hit reality TV show “Dancing with the Stars”. Ohno credits his Japanese father as a major factor in his Olympic success, pushing him from a young age to pursue excellence on and off the ice.

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Natalie Coughlin

Swimming

Natalie Coughlin won more medals than any other female athlete at the 2004 Athens Games (five) and the 2008 Beijing Games (six) and after winning a medal as a member of the 4X100 freestyle relay team at the 2012 London Games, she tied the record as the most decorated American female Olympian and most decorated Olympic swimmer of all time. Coughlin is the first American female athlete in the modern Olympic era to win six medals in a single Olympic Games and is the most decoarted female swimmer in World Championships history with 18 medals. Even when not in the pool, Coughlin keeps herself active and physically fit through her other passions including surfing, yoga and cooking healthy, naturally grown food from her own garden.

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Jamie Anderson

Snowboarding

Jamie Anderson is a pioneer in women's slopestyle snowboarding and became the first American woman to win a gold medal at the Sochi Olympic Games in the inaugural slopestyle event. She is an eight-time X Games medalist and the youngest Winter X Games medalist ever at age 15, when she edged out Shaun White by winning Bronze in 2006. The South Lake Tahoe native was the 2012 ESPY Award winner for Best Female Action Sports Athlete, Transworld's "Female Rider of the Year" and Snowboarder Magazine's "Female Rider of the Year" in 2009. One of eight siblings, Anderson is a vegetarian and enjoys yoga, gardening and lives a very eco-sustainable life.

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Aly Raisman

Gymnastics

Just 18 years-old, Aly Raisman captained the U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team to its first team gold medal since the 1996 Olympic Games. Raisman added the United States' first ever gold medal in the floor exercise and also won bronze on the balance beam. A respected leader, Raisman backboned the women's victory in the team event at the 2011 World Championships where they upset Russia to win gold for the first time since 2007.  In just three years on the National Team, Raisman has accumulated 19 international medals and five U.S. Senior National Championship medals.

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Kelly Clark

Snowboarding

Kelly Clark is the greatest female rider in halfpipe history, using her progressive riding style to win every major snowboarding title to date, including being the first American to win a gold medal in the Olympic halfpipe. Clark is the winningest female snowboarder in Olympic histroy with three medals, was the first woman to land a 1080 in competition, is a 10-time X Games medalist with four golds, and she continues to bridge the gap between men’s and women’s snowboarding with her consistent ability to land difficult tricks. She won 19 out of 20 total competitions between Dec. 2010 and March 2012, including 16 consecutive, and has been named to ESPN’s 50 Most Influential People in Action Sports list. Capitalizing on her success, she started the Kelly Clark Foundation to provide equipment and funds for youth that cannot afford to participate or compete in the sport.

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Nathan Adrian

Swimming

Widely recognized as the world’s fastest swimmer, Nathan Adrian burst into the global spotlight when he captured gold in the 100m freestyle and anchored the US team to gold in the 4x100medley relay at London 2012 Olympics. One of the most watched events of the 2012 Games, Adrian is the first US athlete to capture gold in the 100m freestyle in 24 years. A native of Bremerton, WA, Adrian is a four-time Olympic medalist (three in London 2012; one in Beijing 2008), three-time World Champion, and world record holder.  Armed with an engaging personality, he is a 2012 graduate of the University of California-Berkeley where he earned academic honors while claiming 11 NCAA titles including leading the Golden Bears to their first National Championship in 31 years.

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Seth Wescott

Snowboarding

Seth Wescott is the first and only Olympic Gold Medalist in snowboardcross (SBX), winning the sport’s Olympic debut in the 2006 Torino Olympics and repeating the feat with gold in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. He is an international ambassador for his sport and remains one of the most respected athletes in the international snowboard community. Despite being SBX’s leading man across the globe, Wescott continues to support local businesses and statewide initiatives in Maine as he is a co-owner of the brew pub, “The Rack”, a spokesperson for “Take it Outside”, a program designed to fight obesity and promote an active outdoor lifestyle, and also serves on the Board of Directors for Maine’s Huts and Trails program, a 180-mile recreational corridor of environmentally sound trails. Wescott also supports the Level Field Fund with fellow Olympians Michael Phelps, Ross Powers and Darron Rahlves.

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Hannah Teter

Snowboarding

Hannah Teter is one of the most successful female snowboarders of all time. A three-time Olympian, she won gold and silver medals in the 2006 and 2010 Olympic halfpipe events, and came in fourth in 2014. Teter's distinct personality has made her a media sensation and she has used her snowboarding success as a platform to bring awareness to social issues across the world. Teter has started multiple charities including Hannah’s Gold, a non-profit committed to providing funding for the town of Kirindon in Kenya and Sweet Cheeks Panties, an underwear line that provides support for Children International to help feed impoverished children across the globe.

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Alana Blanchard

Surfing

Alana Blanchard has burst into prominence since her ASP Women’s World Tour debut in 2009 and is now competing on the circuit as one of the top ranked women’s surfers in the world. Out of the water, the Hawaiian native maintains an active and healthy lifestyle through yoga, pilates and zumba and is motivated to show that women can be both athletic and feminine.  Blanchard has become one of the most marketable young women in professional surfing and her desirability among brands continues to grow as Rip Curl now produces a signature swimwear collection called “Alana’s Closet”.

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Mitchie Brusco

Skateboarding

Mitchie Brusco began skateboarding at age three and hasn’t looked back since, competing in more than 100 events since he picked up his first skateboard at a local Target store. Just 16 years-old, Mitchie is the first skateboarder to ever land a 900 in Big Air competition and a 1080 on the MegaRamp in X Games history. A four-time X Games medalist, Mitchie has collected two silver medals in the Big Air event and two bronze medals in Skateboard Vert, becoming the youngest competitor to ever win an X Games medal in the event. Mitchie has his own signature model helmet, the “Little Tricky”, produced by longtime sponsor Triple 8 and named after his nickname for his youth, size and deep bag of tricks. 

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Hank Haney

Golf

Hank Haney is one of the greatest golf instructors in history, teaching more than 200 touring professionals, including Mark O’Meara and Tiger Woods. Haney, whose students have won every major championship in professional, amateur and junior golf, serves as President of Hank Haney Golf Inc., which owns and operates four golf facilities in Texas.  His book, The Big Miss, debuted at #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list. He teaches more than 50,000 Golfers a year through his global travels, clinics and corporate events and also conducts motivational seminars for an elite list of blue chip companies. Haney starred for six seasons in the highest rated original entertainment television show in golf history, the Haney Project and partnered with global footwear giant Crocs to create "Crocs Golf with Hank Haney". In 2014 he launched "The Haney Blueprint" to provide a comprehensive digital instruction experience for serious Golfers. Haney can be heard live every week on SiriusXM's PGA Tour Radio as the host of "Haney Golf Radio".  He is also a global ambassador for Taylor Made, Ashworth, Omega, Charles Schwab, Golfsmith International, Sky Golf, PureGrips and Garia Carts.

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Sebastian Zietz

Surfing

Widely regarded as one of the most exciting young surfers on the ASP World Tour, Sebastian “Seabass” Zietz captured the 2012 Triple Crown of Surfing championship, 2012 Qualifying Tour championship and was a semifinalist in the 2012 Pipeline Masters.  The charismatic Fort Pierce, Florida native is a powerful and stylish surfer who is following in the footsteps of his family pedigree. His older brothers Josh, Max and Billy are legends on the Island of Kauai, and his father Paul was a hardcore Texas surfer. All of them played a part in showing Seabass the ropes as he began surfing at the age of six, turning professional at 16 and signaling his arrival in 2007 when he won the Goofy vs. Regular event. In 2008, the surfing world began to take notice as Seabass won the Oakley Pro Junior Trifecta, Macy’s Trifecta Pro Junior and the Oakley Pro Junior Trestles.

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Andy Macdonald

Skateboarding

Better known in the skateboarding industry by his nickname, Andy Mac is one of just four athletes to have competed in every X Games since the inaugural games in 1996 and has won more X Games medals than any other skater. He was crowned World Cup Skateboard Series Champion for eight consecutive years (1997-2004) and has been one of the sport’s best ambassadors for almost 15 years. Andy Mac is known for his clean lifestyle and support of drug-free initiatives and has been featured on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, 60 Minutes and spoke before former-President Bill Clinton at the White House as part of a campaign for Drug Free America.

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Ry Craike

Surfing

A Western Australia native, Craike first made his mark through his scenes in marquee surf films Drive Thru Europe, Young Guns 2, and Taylor Steel’s Campaign 2. Since then, Craike has established himself as one of the best aerialists in the surfing world and uses his surfing as an outlet for expressing the creativity he learned from his father. Though mainly a featured rider in videos, Craike can compete with the best and has won Quiksilver Airshows across the globe, from Perth, Australia to the Caribbean to New Zealand.

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Bob Bowman

Olympic Coaches

Hall of Fame swimming coach Bob Bowman is the maestro behind Michael Phelps illustrious career, and is a three-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team staff. In their 16 years together, Bowman guided Phelps through a career that saw him become the most decorated Olympian of all time in London 2012, where he retired with 22 total medals, including 18 gold.  As Head Coach and CEO of North Baltimore Aquatic Club, Bowman has guided his stable of swimmers to 29 Olympic medals, including 17 individual medals and 12 individual golds. No other coach has reached the feat of leading their athletes to as many individual medals over the course of three Olympic Games. During his tenure, he has been named National Coach of the Year by the American Swimming Coaches Association five times, and is a three-time Golden Goggle recipient for Coach of the Year. A teacher inside and outside of the swimming arena, Bowman is also a highly sought-after inspirational and motivational speaker, focusing on topics such as goal-setting, mental toughness and achieving excellence.

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Jessica Long (Swimming)

Paralympics

Born without fibulas, ankles, heels and every major bone in her feet, Jessica long had her legs amputated at just 18 months old and has overcome adversity to become a 12-time Paralympic Gold Medalist. Long currently holds 13 Paralympic records and has leveraged her success in the pool to become a mentor and role model for kids and adults with physical disabilities. She is perennial World Championship and Olympic  medal contender and has received recognition for her accomplishments in and out of the pool as she has won two ESPY Awards, two Paralympian of the Year awards, Juan Antonio Samaranch IOC Disabled Athlete Award, USA Swimming’s Disability Swimmer of the Year, the 77th AAU James E. Sullivan Award, and was named to Sports Illustrated’s “The World’s Best Female Athletes” list.

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Jack Robinson

Surfing

Regarded by many as the best young surfer in the world, Jack Robinson started competing at the age of eight against kids who were four years older than him. Winner of three consecutive Billabong Taj’s “Small Fries” events, Robinson’s innovative aerial maneuvers have made him one of the most recognizable surfers in Australia. The table tennis enthusiast has won the Quiksilver King of the Groms under-16 event when he was just 13 years-old, the King of the Groms under-16 event in Australia and was the 2005 West Australian state champion in the under-12 division. In 2012, the world took notice as Robinson graced the cover of three consecutive major surf magazines including TransWorld Surf and Surfing Magazine while being featured on ESPN’s Gallery for surfing “The Box” with Kelly Slater. 

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Ross Powers

Snowboarding

Ross Powers was snowboarding’s first child prodigy and pioneered snowboarding’s growth into mainstream sports culture.  Powers is one of the most dominant halfpipe riders in history and has won every major snowboarding title including the United States’ first Olympic snowboarding medal in the halfpipe at the 1998 Nagano Games and gold in the halfpipe at the 2002 Salt Lake City Games, a performance that led the United States to its first Winter Games podium sweep in 46 years. Without support from his community at an early age, the Vermont native from a single family home may never have had the opportunity to pursue snowboarding as a career. The assistance that he received inspired him to launch the Ross Powers Foundation, a non-profit that supports uniquely talented athletes by offering financial assistance to those in need.  Powers has since expanded his foundation on a larger scale with the creation of the Level Field Fund with support from fellow Olympians Michael Phelps, Seth Wescott and Darron Rahlves.

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