U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame, class of 2022


The class of 2022 is comprised of eight individuals, two teams, two legends, one coach and one special contributor.

Billie Jean King

Billie Jean King

Known for her advocacy for gender equality on and off the court, Billie Jean King is a true pioneer in women’s sports. She was inducted into the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame in 2022.

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David Kiley, Paralympic Athlete and Coach

David Kiley

David Kiley competed at five Paralympic Games in wheelchair basketball, track and field, and alpine skiing. He won a total of 13 Paralympic medals.

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Skier Lindsey Vonn turns around a gate

Lindsey Vonn

Lindsey Vonn is considered one of the greatest Olympic ski racers. She is the only American woman to win an Olympic downhill gold and grab four world cup overall titles.

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Mia Hamm | Women's Olympic Soccer Team Atlanta 1996

Mia Hamm

After World Cup success, Hamm and the U.S. won gold medals in the 1996 and 2000 Olympics, and a silver in 2004. She is included in FIFA’s Top 100 Players in the World.

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Michael Phelps at the Beijing 2008 Olympics in Beijing

Michael Phelps

Michael Phelps, with an astounding 6 feet, 7-inch wingspan, won an Olympic record 28 medals, which included 23 golds, more than double any other Olympic athlete.

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Michelle Kwan | Olympic Figure Skating | U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame

Michelle Kwan

Michelle Kwan sits as the most decorated figure skater – male or female – in the United States, having won 43 championships.

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Muffy Davis | Paralympic Cycling London 2012

Muffy Davis

Muffy Davis competed in Paralympic alpine skiing and para cycling, winning a total of seven Paralympic medals, three of which are gold medals.

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Natalie Coughlin, one of the best swimmers to compete for Team USA

Natalie Coughlin

One of the best swimmers who has ever competed for Team USA, Natalie Coughlin won 12 medals over the course of three Olympic Games (2004, 2008, 2012).

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Pat Summitt, Olympic Basketball Coach Los Angeles 1984

Pat Summitt

Pat Summitt led the U.S. women’s basketball team to Olympic gold in Los Angeles 1984. She was the first female coach to be inducted into the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame.

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Roger Kingdom, Olympic Track and Field Hall of Fame Athlete

Roger Kingdom

Roger Kingdom won gold at the Los Angeles 1984 and Seoul 1988 Games, becoming the second man to win back-to-back Olympic titles in the 110m hurdles.

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Swimmer Trischa Zorn-Hudson

Trischa Zorn-Hudson

Swimmer Trischa Zorn-Hudson is the most successful athlete in the history of the Paralympic Games, having won 55 medals, including 41 gold medals, over seven Paralympics.

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