After months of excitement and anticipation, the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics are finally here. The Women’s Sports Foundation is thrilled to celebrate all of the women of Team USA as they compete with athletes from around the world, and also inspire girls and boys around the globe to go higher. We are also honored to share the names of the incredibly talented athletes who make up #TeamWSF in #PyeongChang2018. This team includes our Travel & Training Fund recipients, WSF Athlete Advisory Panel members, WSF Award winners and family athletes.
Throughout the Olympics we will feature these accomplished women across our social media channels, so be sure to follow these hashtags to support their journey to the podium! Then, check back in a few weeks as we follow the stars of the 2018 Paralympic Games.
Meet our #TeamWSF athletes:
Aja Evans, Bobsled (Chicago, Ill.) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018) and 2014 Olympic bronze medalist; 2012 USA Bobsled Rookie of the Year, 2017 U.S. Push Champion; seven-time World Cup medalist and 2016 Women’s Bobsled World Cup gold medalist; 2017 world championship bronze medalist; and USABS’ Team of the Year Award in 2017 with Jamie Greubel Poser. Aja is recipient of the Travel & Training Fund.
Follow Aja on Twitter: @AjaLEvans
Ashley Caldwell, Skiing (Ashburn, Va.) – Three-time Olympian (2010, 2014, 2018); Four-time NorAm champion; five-time World Cup medalist; 2014 U.S. National Champion and two-time U.S. Nationals silver medalist; and 2010 FIS World Cup Rookie of the Year. Ashley is a recipient of the Travel & Training Fund.
Follow Ashley on Twitter: @AshleySkis
Chloe Kim, Snowboarding (Torrance, Calif.) – 2018 Olympian and two-time 2016 Winter Youth Olympics gold medalist in both halfpipe and slopestyle; the first (and only) woman to land back-to-back 1080s at the 2016 U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix.
Follow Chloe on Twitter: @chloekimsnow
Devin Logan, Skiing (West Dover, Vt.) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018) and 2014 Olympic silver medalist; 2014 FIS World Cup overall champion; three-time World Cup gold medalist; three-time Winter X Games medalist; four-time AFP overall champion, 2015 Canadian Open Champion; and currently ranked 1st in AFP world rankings. Devin is a member of the WSF Athlete Advisory Panel.
Follow Devin on Twitter: @dlogan
Elana Meyers Taylor, Bobsled (Douglasville, Ga.) – Three-time Olympian (2010, 2014, 2018), 2014 Olympic silver medalist and 2010 Olympic bronze medalist; 2017 World Champion, eight-time world championships medalist; and four-time U.S. Push Champion. Elana is recipient of the Travel & Training Fund. Elana is a member of the WSF Athlete Advisory Panel.
Follow Elana on Twitter: @eamslider24
Erin Hamlin, Luge (Remsen, N.Y.) – Four-time Olympian (2006, 2010, 2014, 2018) and 2014 Olympic bronze medalist; five-time U.S. National champion; six-time USA Luge Female Athlete of the Year; 2014 USOC Best of the U.S. Best Female Olympian; four World Cup victories and 23 World Cup medals; and 2017 World Champion in sprint discipline. Erin Hamlin will be Team USA’s flag bearer at the PyeongChang 2018 Opening Cermony.
Follow Erin on Twitter: @erinhamlin
Jaelin Kauf, Freestyle Skiing (Alta, Wyo) – 2018 Olympian; 2017 World Championship bronze medalist in dual moguls; and 2015-16 FIS Rookie of the Year in moguls.
Follow Jaelin on Instagram: @jaekauf
Jamie Anderson, Snowboarding (South Lake Tahoe, Calif.) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018) and 2014 Olympic gold medalist; 2014 Slopestyle World Snowboard Tour Champion; 11-time Winter X Games medalist (4 gold); nine-time US Open medalist; eight-time Dew Tour gold medalist; 2014 Best Female U.S. Olympic Athlete and 2012 ESPY Award Winner for Best Female Action Sports Athlete; and 2011 Winter Dew Tour Athlete of the Year.
Follow Jamie on Twitter: @JamieAsnow
Katie Uhlaender, Skeleton (Breckenridge, Colo.) – Three-time Olympian (2006, 2010, 2014); five-time World Cup gold medalist and two-time World Cup champion. Katie is a recipient of the Travel & Training Fund.
Follow Katie on Twitter: @KatieU11
Kelly Clark, Snowboarding (Mammoth Lakes, Calif.) – Five-time Olympian (2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018) and three-time Olympic medalist (1 gold, 2 bronze); the most decorated Olympic snowboarder in history; 14-time X Games medalist; five-time World Snowboard Tour champion; six U.S. Grand Prix titles; and eight U.S. Open titles.
Follow Kelly on Twitter: @thekellyclark
Kikkan Randall, Cross-country Skiing (Anchorage, Alaska) – Five-time Olympian (2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018); 2013 World Champion in the Team Sprint FS; 2017 World Championship bronze medalist in sprint; three-time overall World Cup Sprint Champion; and 26-time World Cup podium finisher. Kikkan is a team recipient of the Travel & Training Fund with APU Elite Women’s Nordic Ski Team.
Follow Kikkan on Twitter: @kikkanimal
Lauren Gibbs, Bobsled (Denver, Colo.) – 2018 Olympian, U.S. National Bobsled Team brakeman; 2016 Worlds bronze medalist; and two-time National Champion. Lauren is a recipient of the Travel & Training Fund.
Follow Lauren on Twitter: @lagibbs84
Maddie Bowman, Freestyle Skiing (South Lake Tahoe, Calif.) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018) and 2014 Olympic gold medalist in halfpipe; 5th place in halfpipe at the 2017 World Championships, eight-time X Games gold medalist in superpipe including four gold, two silver and two bronze.
Follow Maddie B. on Twitter: @maddiebowman
Maddie Mastro, Snowboarding (Loma Linda, Calif.) – 2018 Olympian; 4th place in Halfpipe at the 2016 World Snowboard Tour; 4th place in Halfpipe at the X Games 2016; in early 2016, Mastro emerged from the amateur ranks and earned a pair of podium finishes at U.S. Grand Prix events. In 2017-18 season: 3rd place at the prestigious Burton U.S. Open; 2nd place at the Copper Grand Prix; and 4th place at the Dew Tour. Maddie is a recipient of the Travel & Training Fund.
Follow Maddie M. on Twitter: @maddie_mastro
Maia Shibutani, Ice Dancing (Ann Arbor, Mich.) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018); 2016 World Championship silver medalist and two-time World Championship bronze medalist (2011, 2017). Maia is a recipient of the Travel & Training Fund.
Follow Maia on Twitter: @MaiaShibutani
Rosie Brennan, Cross-country Skiing (Park City, Utah) – 2018 Olympian; member of two World Championship Teams; 2015 World Cup bronze medalist in the 4x5k relay; five US Titles; and 37 US Super Tour podiums. Rosie is an individual recipient of the Travel & Training Fund, and a team recipient with the APU Elite Women’s Nordic Ski Team.
Follow Rosie B. on Twitter: @rosiewbrennan
Rosie Frankowski, Cross-country Skiing (Minneapolis, Minn.) – 2018 Olympian; 2014 FIS U23 World Championships; 26th (skiathlon 7.5/7.5K); and 38th (10K classic); and Sovereign Lake NorAm/SuperTour 2nd place finish. Rosie is a team recipient of the Travel & Training Fund with APU Elite Women’s Nordic Ski Team.
Sadie Bjornsen, Cross-country Skiing (Winthrop, Wash.) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018); member of three World Championship Teams; two-time World Cup silver medalist (2012, 2016); World Cup bronze medalist (2015); two Super Tour wins (2012); and five US Junior titles. Sadie is a team recipient of the Travel & Training Fund with APU Elite Women’s Nordic Ski Team.
Follow Sadie on Twitter: @sadzarue
Sarah Hendrickson, Ski Jumping (Park City, Utah) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018); 2012 World Cup champion; thirteen individual World Cup victories; 2013 World Championship gold medalist in individual normal hill; and 1st place in the 2012 FIS World Cup Standings. In Sochi 2010, became the first female to ever jump in a ski jumping event at the Olympics.
Follow Sarah on Twitter: @schendrickson
Susan Dunklee, Biathlon (Barton, VT) – Two-time Olympian (2014, 2018) and 2017 World Championship silver medalist in mass start. Susan is a recipient of the Travel & Training Fund with the U.S. Biathlon Women’s National Team.
Follow Susan on Twitter: @SusanDunklee
U.S. Women’s Hockey Team – Captured the inaugural gold at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, and went on to claim three silvers and a bronze over the following four Olympics (2002, 2006, 2010, 2016). Now ranked No. 1 in the world after winning the IIHF World Championship. 2017 marked the 20-year anniversary of the sport’s induction as an Olympic sport as well as the gold-medal victory by Team USA. The 2017 U.S. Women’s Hockey Team is a recipient of the Wilma Rudolph Courage Award.
Follow the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team on Twitter: @usahockey