2022 U.S. Army Soldier-Olympians
Nine Soldiers from the World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) have been selected to represent the U.S. Army and Team USA at the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China from February 04-20, 2022. Journey with our Solider- athletes as they compete at the Olympics Games on a quest for Olympic Glory.
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Results - 2022 Winter Olympic Games, Beijing China
SGT Emily Sweeney - Women's Luge Singles - 26th place overall
SPC Frank Del Duca & SPC Hakeem Abdul-Saboor - Men's 2-Man Bobsled - 13th Place Overall
SPC Frank Del Duca & SPC Hakeem Abdul-Saboor - Men's 4-Man Bobsled - 13th Place Overall
SPC Benjamin Loomis - Men's Individual Gundersen Normal Hill/10Km event - 15th
SPC Benjamin Loomis - Men's Individual Gundersen Large Hill/10km Cross Country Ski event - 19th
PC Jasper Good - Men's Individual Gundersen Large Hill/10km Cross Country Ski event - 34th
SPC Jasper Good & SPC Benjamin Loomis - Team Gundersen Large Hill/4x5km Cross Country Ski event - 6th
Two Soldier-athletes compete in Nordic combined at the 2022 Winter Olympics
Two Nordic Combined Soldier-athletes assigned to the World Class Athlete Program were named to Team USA for the sport, and competed in the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. Spc. Benjamin Loomis, of Eau Claire, Wisconsin; and Spc. Jasper Good, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, both were named to the team of four, joining civilian athletes Taylor Fletcher, and Jared Shumate.
World Class Athlete Program Soldier-athlete makes Olympic debut in Bobsleigh
"It means the world to me to be able to do both," said Del Duca. "I can just hope to do my best as both a Soldier and an athlete."
You Win Some, You Luge Some: the resilience and perseverance of Sgt. Emily Sweeney
U.S. Army Sgt. Emily Sweeney, a World Class Athlete Program Soldier-athlete and military police officer, punched her ticket to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing on January 10, when she was named to the 2022 U.S. Olympic luge team.
Meet the Soldier-athletes competing at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games
“I am incredibly honored and excited to be named to the 2022 U.S. Olympic Team,” said Good. “Representing Team USA at the Games means even more to me as a member of the U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program. The support and camaraderie I have gained has helped me reach new levels.”
2022 Olympic Games competition schedule
Tune in as our Soldier-Olympians take on the world in a quest for Olympic Glory at the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing, China from 04-20 February.
2022 sOLDIER-Olympic coaches