Jamie Anderson
South Lake Tahoe, Calif.

Won her fourth-straight major title in a row, taking the Burton U.S. Open crown in slopestyle, marking her eighth-career title, additionally took first in slopestyle at the U.S. grand prix world cup and claimed her 11th Dew Tour title.

Susan Dunklee
Barton, Vt.

Captured silver in the 7.5-kilometer sprint – one of only four athletes in the 101-woman field to hit all 10 targets in the race – at the world championships in Antholz-Anterselva, Italy, becoming the first American to have two world championships medals to her name.

Kendall Gretsch
Downer's Grove, Ill.
Para Nordic Skiing

Garnered six medals at the world cup held from Feb. 1-8, leaving Finsterau, Germany, with three golds in the women’s sitting individual biathlon, cross-country short and cross-country middle-distance events, as well as three silvers in the women’s sitting biathlon sprint and cross-country sprint races.

Sofia Kenin
Pembroke Pines, Fla.

Captured her first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open in Melbourne, defeating Spain’s Garbine Muguruza, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2, dropping only two sets throughout the tournament and becoming the youngest U.S. woman to win a Grand Slam since Serena Williams in September of 2002.

Clara Brown
Falmouth, Maine

Clinched four medals, including two golds in time trial and omnium and two silvers in pursuit and scratch, in the women's C3 class at the track world championships in Milton, Ontario, marking her first time on the world championships podium in her second appearance at the event.

Galen Rupp
Portland, Ore.
Track and Field

Became the first back-to-back marathon trials winner since two-time Olympic medalist Frank Shorter in 1972-76, crossing the finish line with a time of 2 hours, 9 minutes, 20 seconds, highlighting the third-fastest winning trials time in history at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

Justin Schoenefeld
Lawrenceburg, Ind.
Freestyle Skiing

Picked up a career-first world cup podium finish with a victory in aerials in Minsk, Belarus, on Feb. 22, highlighting Team USA’s first U.S. aerials win in two years and the first men’s win in three years.

Gerek Meinhardt
San Francisco, Calif.

Clinched gold in foil at the grand prix in Torino, Italy, defeating 2016 Olympic bronze medalist teammate Race Imboden, 15-11, in the semifinal and 2016 Olympic silver medalist teammate Alexander Massialas,15-8, in the final.

Dusty Henricksen
Mammoth Lake, Calif.

Took gold in slopestyle at the grand prix in Mammoth Mountain, California, scoring 84.51 on the final run of the competition for his career-first world cup win and podium finish, additionally earned second-place at the Burton U.S. Open, landing the first ever backside quad cork 1800 in the slopestyle competition.

Connor Fields
Las Vegas, Nev.

Garnered two golds in supercross throughout the first two world cup competitions of the season, capturing his first medal in Shepparton, Australia, on Feb. 2 and securing his second gold the following weekend in Bathurst, Australia.

Kaillie Humphries and Lauren Gibbs

The duo of Humphries and Gibbs captured gold at the world championships in Altenberg, Germany, highlighting their first world championship win in their first season of competition together, while also taking gold at the world cup in St. Mortiz, Switzerland.

U.S. Women's Soccer Team

The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team won the CONCACAF title with a 3-0 win over Canada, securing their spot at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

U.S. Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations Tournament Team
Wheelchair Rugby

Captured first at the quad nations tournament, finishing with a perfect 5-0 record throughout the tournament, defeating host Great Britain twice – first in the opening round in a thrilling four-overtime game, and again in the final to capture top honors. Four Team USA athletes took home individual honors: Lee Fredette, best 1.0; Joe Delagrave, best 2.0; Josh Wheeler, best 2.5; Chuck Aoki, Most Valuable Player.