Dartmouth’s Winter Olympians

Winter Olympians in action
Dartmouth Olympians at the 2022 Games include: (clockwise from top left) Nina O’Brien ’20, Susan Dunklee ’08, AJ Hurt ’23, Tricia Mangan ’19, Tommy Ford ’12, Laura Stacey ’16, Rosie Brennan ’11, and Julia Kern ’19 (center). (Photos by Getty Images)

Student-athletes and alumni have participated in every Winter Olympics since the Winter Games began in 1924, totaling 155, including the eight competitors at the 2022 Beijing Olympics. 

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Our Big Green Olympians

Tim Caldwell '76 competes in a cross-country relay race at the 1984 Olympics in Sarajevo.
‘I Was Spellbound’

Six athletes from 12 Winter Games describe what it’s like to be an Olympian.

Hockey player Laura Stacey takes a shot on goal.
Stacey Named to Canada’s Women’s Hockey

She was one of 23 women selected to represent Canada in the upcoming winter Games. 

Tiffani-Dawn Sykes is the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Varsity Sports and Senior Woman Administrator (SWA).
Sykes Named Olympic Sports Liaison

The committee facilitates communication and understanding between the NCAA, the United States Olympic Commission (USOC) and the national governing bodies.

Cami Graves
Behind the Podium

For three decades coach Cami Thompson Graves has guided her charges to victory at the NCAAs, world championships, and Olympic Games. 

Tommy Ford portrait wearing ski gear
On The Comeback Trail

Skier Tommy Ford ’12 looked like a sure bet for an Olympic medal. Then a brutal crash put everything in doubt.