Apolo Anton Ohno (アポロ.アントン.オーノ, (born May 22, 1982) is an American short track speed skating competitor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Apolo Anton Ohno"
Art Longsjo ( 1932 - 1958) was an Olympian, speed skater and cyclist. He was born in 1932 and died in a car accident in 1958 at age 26. ...more on Wikipedia about "Art Longsjo"
Beth Heiden (born September 27, 1959 in Madison, Wisconsin) was an American athlete who excelled in both speed skating and cycle racing. In 1979, she won 4 World Speed Skating Championships at distances from 500 meters to 3000 meters in addition to winning the World Overall Speed Skating Championship. In the 1980 Olympic Games, she won a Bronze medal in the 3000 meter speed skate. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beth Heiden"
Bonnie Kathleen Blair (b. March 18, 1964 at Cornwall, New York) was the top female speedskaters of her time, and one of the most decorated female athletes in Olympic history. Blair competed for the United States in four Olympics, and in her Olympic career won five gold medals and one bronze medal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bonnie Blair"
Chad Hedrick is an American inline speed skater, born in Texas. Hedrick revolutionized the inline speed skating world with his unique technique, called the double push or DP. It is now the standard skating technique for the elite skaters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chad Hedrick"
Christine Diane ("Chris") Witty (born June 23 1975, West Allis, Wisconsin) is an American speed skater and cyclist and participated in the Olympics in both sports. She is most successful in skating however. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chris Witty"
Dan Jansen (born June 17, 1965 in West Allis, Wisconsin) is an American speedskater best known for winning a gold medal in his final Olympic race after suffering through years of heartbreak. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dan Jansen"
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Dan Weinstein is a Winter Olympian in short-track speedskating. Of the handful of Jewish American Olympians who competed in the 1998 Nagano Games, Weinstein was by far the youngest. At 17 years of age, he was not only the youngest athlete on the Speedskating Team, he was also the youngest man on the entire U.S. Winter Olympics Team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dan Weinstein (athlete)"
Derek Parra (born March 15, 1970) is a Mexican-American speed skater from San Bernardino, California who won two medals at the 2002 Winter Olympics, held in Salt Lake City, Utah. ...more on Wikipedia about "Derek Parra"
Eric Arthur Heiden (born June 15 1958) is an American speed skater who won all the distances and thus an unprecedented five gold medals at the 1980 Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid, New York, United States. He received the 1980 James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eric Heiden"
Jennifer Rodriguez ( Miami, June 8, 1976) is an American speed skater. She started her career as an artistic roller skater, winning multiple national championships and placing second and third at world championships. Later she switched to inline speed skating and became world champion in 1993. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jennifer Rodriguez"
William Joseph (Joey) Cheek (born: June 22 1979 in Greensboro, North Carolina) is an American speed skater. He is specialized in the short and middle distances. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joey Cheek"
Justin Mentell ( December 16, 1982 in Austin, Texas) is an American actor. Mentell made his stage debut at three years of age as an orphan in " Miss Liberty," and went on to appear in local theater productions, among them the musical " Peter Pan," in which he portrayed one of the Lost Boys. ...more on Wikipedia about "Justin Mentell"
KC Boutiette (born April 11, 1970) is an American speed skater from Tacoma, Washington. He was first of the wave of inline speed skaters who made the transition from inline to ice in order to have a shot at going to the Olympics. ...more on Wikipedia about "KC Boutiette"
Shani Davis (b. August 13, 1982 - Chicago) is a speedskater specialised in both short track and long track speedskating. In short track he was part of the United States Olympic team in the 2002 Winter Olympics. In long track speedskating he became North American champion in 2003, thereby qualifying for the World Championship. At this championship Davis found out he wasn't yet able to compete with the top skaters from Europe. But one year later he did find himself among the very best. A few weeks after achieving his second North-American title he won the silver medal at the World Championship, only allowing Chad Hedrick before him. In March 2003 he convincingly won the 1,500 metres distance World Championship in Seoul. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shani Davis"
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