It all starts with a dream!
We are thrilled about the great accomplishments Team USA has achieved at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Among Team USA we are cheering on our own athletes from the great state of Utah.
Noelle Pikus-Pace's former track and field All-American from Utah Valley University, won silver in the skeleton sliding. With her great strength and speed she has become one of the best skeleton sliders in the world. She began her training for the sport in 2001.
Torah Bright began skiing at the age of two and snowboarding at the age of 11. She has won Australia their first medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi earning silver in the women's half-pipe. She resides in Salt Lake City; yet, she competes for Australia.
Steven Holcomb was able to end Team USA's 62-year medal drought in the two-man bobsled competition winning the bronze. He was born in Park City and attended college at the University of Utah.
Josh Christiansen was able to take gold in the first ever Olympic men’s Freeskiing Slopestyle. He was born in Salt Lake City and grew up in Park City, Utah.
Kaitlyn Farrington lives in Salt Lake City and attended Westminister College. She learned to snowboard in fifth grade and has won a gold medal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics in the half-pipe.
Sage Kotsenburg was able to win the first gold medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. A native from Park City native he says he has been on snow for as long as he can remember.