Olympic athletes star on sports biggest stage every two years. These talented performers understand how to compete at the highest levels of their sport and understand the value of competing for their country. They often have amazing stories of triumph and overcoming obstacles that they are able to share with audiences.
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Wrestling champion, Cael Sanderson, was born on June 20, 1979 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Cael Sanderson is a wrestler and is currently head wrestling coach at Iowa State. A 2004 Olympic champion, he als... Read More
Cat Osterman was born April 16, 1983 and was one of the pitchers on the USA Women's Softball Team which won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics and the silver medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics.... Read More
Catherine Garceau Olympic Bronze Medalist, Author of "Swimming Out of Water: How An Olympian's Struggle Inspired Breakthrough Discoveries in Health and Well-Being"
Catherine Garceau is an Olympic medalist and University of Toronto graduate. Now wellness coach and professional mermaid, Catherine coaches women who struggle with food, body image, and emotions. "Le... Read More
Chad Hedrick was already a world famous inline skater boasting 50 world championships in the sport when he switched to speed skating in 2002 with an eye toward competing in the Winter Olympic Games in... Read More
Cammi Granato Olympic Gold & Silver Medalist, Team USA All Time Leading Scorer - 2005 World Champion
Cammi Granato is considered to be one of the best-known American female ice hockey players. Granato always had a love for ice hockey but it was a problem to find a league for her to join. She grew u... Read More
Carla Overbeck Former Captain of the U.S. National Women's Soccer Team; Olympic Gold & Silver Medalist; Assistant Coach of Duke's Women's Soccer Team
Carla Overbeck is a retired American soccer player and longtime member and captain of the United States women's national soccer team. She is currently an assistant coach of Duke University's women's s... Read More
Brian Boitano Winner of the 1988 Olympic Gold Medal in Figure Skating; Inducted into the World and US Figure Skating Halls of Fame as well as the USOC Hall of Fame; Host of "What Would Bryan Make?" on Food Network
Brian Boitano ia an American figure skater and is probably best remembered for his jumping technique. He was the first American to land the Triple axel in 1982 he was the first skater to attempt a q... Read More