Julia Mancuso

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Julia Mancuso has won more Olympic medals than any American woman in ski racing history and is second all-time in International Championship medals with nine- four Olympic and five World Championship. As a four-event athlete from the beginning, Mancuso started World Cup racing and was a NorAm champion at 16, competed in the Olympics at 17, set a U.S. record for Junior World Championship medals before she was out of her teens, and then started her twenties by capturing two World Championship medals. Her storied career includes an Olympic medal in every color with gold in 2006, a pair of silver medals in 2010 and a bronze in 2014, making her the only American woman to earn one of each. The flush also puts her in the company of long track speedskater Bonnie Blair and short track speedskater Apolo Ohno with medals in three straight Olympics. After struggling with a hip injury for the better part of four years after the Sochi 2014 Olympics, Julia competed in her final race at the 2018 World Cup in Cortina D'Ampezzo. Following her retirement, she joined NBC as a broadcaster for the PyeongChang Games. Julia splits her time between Maui, Fiji, and Lake Tahoe and travels the world skiing and surfing with her husband and newborn son.

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