Athletes to Watch

Maame Biney, Speedskating-Short track – U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion, Two-time Junior World Championships medalist
Lauren Davis, Tennis: Winner of one WTA title and seven ITF titles
Shalane Flanagan, Track & Field – Four-time Olympian, 2008 Olympic Bronze Medalist
Erin Jackson, Speedskating-Long TrackFirst African-American woman to make a long track speed skating team for the 2018 Olympics
Brenna Huckaby, Para-Snowboarding – 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist in snowboard-cross and banked slalom, three-time World Champion
Chloe Kim, Snowboarding-Halfpipe – 2016 Youth Olympic Winter Games Champion, 2017 FIS World Cup Champion, Four-time X Games medalist
Brittany Lang, Golf – 2016 U.S Open Champion, winner of two LPGA tour titles
Katie Ledecky, Swimming – Five-time Olympic Gold Medalist, nine-time World Champion
Brittany Lincicome, Golf – Won the 2018 LPGA Opener in the Bahamas, Eight-time LPGA Champion
Simone Manuel, Swimming – Four-time Olympic medalist, won six medals at the 2017 World Championships while setting three World and three American records
Oksana Masters, Road Cycling, Biathlon, Cross Country Skiing – Seven-time Paralympic Medalist
Haylie McCleney, Softball – 2018 World Champion, 2017 PanAm Champion
Asia Muhammad, Tennis – Winner of two WTA doubles and 26 ITF doubles titles along with five ITF singles titles
Whitney Osuigwe, Tennis – 2017 Junior French Open Champion, Reigning ITF Junior World Champion
Alison Riske, Tennis – Winner of one WTA title and seven ITF titles
Shelby Rogers, Tennis – 2010 USTA 18s Girls National Champion, winner of three WTA titles and five ITF titles
Lexi Thompson, Golf – Won first major LPGA title in 2014, at age 12 was the youngest golfer ever to qualify for the U.S. Open
Portia Woodman, RugbyMember of the New Zealand Women’s National Rugby Team, 2016 Olympic Silver Medalist, 2018 Sevens World Cup and Commonwealth Games Champion