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Winter Vinecki        

Aerial Skiing World Cup Gold Medalist, Marathon World Record Holder, Nonprofit Founder & Prostate Cancer Awareness Advocate

Winter Lee Vinecki is an American marathon runner, triathlete, and aerial skier.

After losing her Dad at the age of 9 to an aggressive form of prostate cancer, she formed, a non-profit to raise money for prostate cancer research and awareness. She has raised over $500,000 toward that effort and counting.

Vinecki began racing triathlons at the age of 5 and completed her first Olympic triathlons at 9. She went on to become the Ironkids National Champion for 2010 & 2011 and spent three years as the official ambassador of the sport.

Vinecki was also the 2011 recipient of the Annika Inspiration Award. At age 12, she was invited to an aerial skiing camp by two-time Olympian, Emily Cook. After completing the week long camp, Vinecki moved to Park City, UT to train and compete for the next three years on the Fly Freestyle elite development team. During that time, she set a world record by becoming the youngest person to run a marathon on all seven continents, the youngest person to run 26.2 miles on Antarctica and the first mother/daughter duo to run a marathon on all seven continents.

Vinecki was first named to the US Ski Team in 2016 after winning the North American Tour. She is now going on her sixth year on the US Ski Team and has garnered results such as the gold medal at the 2021 Moscow World Cup. She has also just qualified for the 2022 Winter Olympics and will be headed to Beijing for Team USA.

All the while, Vinecki recently graduated magna cum laude from the University of Utah with a major in Business Administration and a minor in nutrition. She is also a seasoned public speaker and speaks to thousands every year at conferences, schools, sports teams, cooperate events and more.

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