Leadership Team

The Froozer Crew – Purely World Class Athletes!

Adeline Gray

Olympian – Summer Games 2016, Womens Wrestling


• Gray is a member of Team USA

• Adeline holds the 2012 World Champion title, 2013 U.S. World Team Trials Champion title, the 2014 World Wrestling Championship gold medal in her weight class, and dozens of other prestigious awards and titles

• After starting her Olympic training right out of high school, she’s in her eighth year of training at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs

• Major supporter of a youth wrestling program for kids – “Wrestle Like a Girl”

• To keep on top of her game, she spends six days a week on the mat

Logan Storie

Olympic Hopeful – Summer Games 2020, Modern Pentathlon


• One of the most recognized up-and-coming modern pentathletes and a member of Team USA

• Storie is an Olympian via the the U.S. Army’s World Class Athlete Program

• Logan is the current world record holder in the swimming portion of the Modern Pentathlon

• He trains at a massive rate of activity and includes biking, swimming, running in his regimen

Erin Storie

Olympic Hopeful – Summer Games 2020, Triathlon


• Erin’s considered one of the best up and coming USA triathletes

• She finished #3 in the 2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup and won Bronze in U23 Worlds

• Erin’s also Health Care Sciences grad from University of Colorado in Colorado Springs

• Erin is extremely high profile in the Olympic ecosystem and is the SA Triathlon Board of Directors Representative, USA Triathlon Athlete Advisory Representative and USOC Athlete Advisory Representative for USA Triathlon

Veronica Day

Olympic Hopeful – Winter Games 2018, Skeleton


• Veronica’s a member of Team USA

• While watching the 2010 Olympic Winter Games on television, she joked that she was going to try out for the bobsled team after graduating from college; while she didn’t become a bobsledder, she did find her way onto a skeleton sled in 2011

• Since then, she’s impressed the coaching staff with blistering start times.

• Day has a long list of accomplishments as a track and field athlete as a three-time Southern Conference Champion, nine-time All-Conference honoree, Southern Conference Field Athlete of the Year and recipient of the Stein H. Basnight Most Outstanding Athlete Award by Elon University

• She studied abroad in Osaka, Japan and was a member of the Kansai Gaidai track team

• She currently own 150 bottles of nail polish; the good news is they’re small enough to carry on an airplane

Sam Mikulak

Olympian – Summer Games 2012, 2016, 2020, Gymnastics


• The two-time Olympian is a member of Team USA and was seventh in Men’s All Around at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio

• Optimally fit with an amazing physique as a result of his intense and ongoing training efforts

• Outstanding personality, brimming with positive attitude and confidence about his goals

• Sam’s mom and dad were both college gymnasts

• He was the National College All-Around Champion at University of Michigan in 2011

• Mikulak was the 2013 All-Around National Champion

• His dance moves in between events have gone viral with several videos having over 100,000 views

Sugar Todd

Olympian – Winter Games 2014, Long Track Speed Skating


• Sugar began skating when she was eight years old after seeing a flier for the sport in Omaha, Nebraska

• Photos of her celebrating after her first race in the 2014 Olympics went viral on Twitter

• Sugar competed in both the 500m and 1000m events in Sochi

• In addition to speed skating, she has competed in track cycling

• She serves as an Athlete Mentor for Classroom Champions, a non-profit organization partnering Olympic and Paralympic athletes with students and teachers in underserved communities

• Her hobbies include baking, rock climbing and romping around mountains

Steven Garbett

Olympic Hopeful – Winter Games 2018, Skeleton


• Steven is a world record holder at his “home town” (and Olympic track) in Lake Placid

• He graduated from University of South Carolina with a degree in Sports and Entertainment Management

• Stephen became interested in the sport of skeleton in 2010, when he was in the hospital for two weeks after his appendix was removed and complications occurred

• He is known for his healthy eating and hardcore training – up to and including wrestling alligators!

Erin Hamlin

Olympian Bronze Medalist – 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018 Winter Games, Luge


• 2018 World Champion Gold Medalist

• Four-time Olympian and first female American luger to medal at any Winter Olympics

• Erin is the first American of either gender to medal in singles competition

• She took the singles bronze medal in Sochi’s 2014 Winter Olympics, something the Associated Press called “a feat that will surely go down as perhaps the greatest moment in USA Luge history“

• Erin makes her home in Lake Placid

• In 2009, Hamlin became a spokesperson for the National Headache Foundation in the wake of her suffering migraine headaches

Frankie Del Duca

Olympic Hopeful –Winter Games2018 and 2022, Bobsled


• One of the up-and-coming ‘young guns’ of the Men’s USA Bobsledding Team

• While at the University of Maine Frankie participated in track & field, competing in sprints and long jump

• He graduated from Maine with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in kinesiology and physical education

• Placed 7th in the world at Koenigsee in 2016 in a two-man sled he rode in with the late and great Steve Holcomb

• Plans on participating in the Olympics in 2018 and 2022

• Trains at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Jason Brown

Olympic Hopeful – Winter Games 2018 and 2022, Figure Skating


• Jason is the youngest member of the Froozer Crew at age 23

• He has an amazingly loyal following in Japan – and so he’s learning Japanese!

• Won bronze at the 2017 National Championships, despite a nagging injury

• He has a wonderful personality – humble, happy, confident with a smile glued to his face

• Jason is a two-time World junior medalist

• Brown graduated from Highland Park High School and received the Ralph Potter Memorial Award for Exceptional Ability and Achievement and the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence

Margaux Isaksen

Olympian – Summer Games 2008, 2012, 2016, Modern Pentathlete


• Currently ranked 20th in the world, Isaksen exploded onto the U.S. modern pentathlon scene in 2007 when she won the U.S. national championship at all three levels (senior, junior and youth) in the same year at the age of 15

• Isaksen competed at her first Olympic Games in Beijing at the age of 16

• Despite battling mononucleosis weeks before competition, she was able to place fourth at the London 2012 Olympic Games, just two seconds away from a bronze medal

• The 25-year-old from Fayetteville, Arkansas, is a resident athlete at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs

• Margaux enjoys travelling, reading, hanging out in nature with family, friends and pets and trying as many new sports as possible

Ismael Hernandez

Olympian Bronze Medalist – Summer Games 2016, Modern Pentathlete


• As one of the best modern pentathletes in the world, the charismatic Olympian is a Mexican favorite and incredibly influential in the Hispanic community

• His is a message of happiness, humbleness, hard work and dedication

• Incredibly well fit and ‘ripped’ as a result of his constant training and body discipline

• He was awarded with the “Premio Nacional del Deporte” given by the Mexican Secretariat of Public Education in 2016

• When he was nine years old, he visited the Mexican army’s sports facilities where a group of kids were running and swimming; this moment helped him realize he wanted to be an Olympian

• Ismael earned the fifth medal for the Mexican Olympic Team in Rio 2016 and the first ever medal for Mexico in modern pentathlon

Lauryn Williams

Olympian – Summer Games 2004, 2008, 2012, Track & Field – Gold Medalist

Olympian – Winter Games 2014, Bobsled – Silver Medalist


• Lauryn is one of the most amazing cross-over athletes, having competed in both the Summer and Winter games and medaling in each

• She attended the University of Miami, where she competed on the track team and graduated in 2004

• She’s a world class sprinter who won a gold medal as the anchor leg of the 4 X 100 USA relay team which set a World Record of 40.82

• She won a silver medal as a member of the two-woman bobsled team in Sochi, Russia

• Not only is she an amazing athlete, but she also earned her MBA while she was doing it

• Lauryn runs Worth Winning Financial Consulting™ which assists former professional athletes with their long term financial planning