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Ashley Caldwell      

Freestyle Aerial Skier & Olympic Gold Medalist, World Record Holder for Hardest Acrobatic Trick Done by a Woman

Ashley Caldwell is a prominent American freestyle skier originally from Virginia and now living in Park City, Utah. Caldwell quickly rose to prominence as a fearless and talented aerialist competing in her first Olympics at 16 years old, after only competing 2 years. She has consistently pushed the boundaries of the sport with her daring maneuvers and acrobatic prowess. Caldwell made history by becoming the first woman ever to successfully land the quadruple-twisting, triple-flipping jump, called the "Daddy", showcasing her unparalleled skill and determination.

Throughout her career, she has competed in 4 Winter Olympics Games and 6 World Championships, earning accolades and establishing herself as the most decorated athlete in American freestyle aerial skiing. She won the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Mixed Team Aerials with her two teammates, Justin Schoenefeld and Chris Lillis.

Off the slopes, Caldwell is recognized for her dedication to promoting gender equality in sports and beyond. She has two Masters degrees from the University of Utah in Real Estate and Law, and now works in real estate private equity.

Speech Topics

  • Female Empowerment
  • Overcoming Adversity
  • Goal Setting
  • Motivation
  • Teamwork & Leadership
  • Managing Fear

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