Dartmouth’s Winter Olympians in the Heat of Competition

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A gallery of alumni and student-athletes in action at the 2022 Beijing Winter Games.

Whether it involves a gold medal victory, a punishing crash, or the relentless pursuit of excellence over multiple events and multiple Olympic Games, Dartmouth’s alumni and student-athletes have always embraced the Olympics with passion and determination. 

Laura Stacey '16 and Canada teammate
Laura Stacey ’16, left, and teammate Emma Maltais celebrate Canada’s 3-2 victory over rival U.S. after the gold-medal women’s hockey final on Feb. 17.  (Photo by Getty Images)
Susan Dunklee during a biathlon race
Susan Dunklee ’08 sprints to the next target in the women’s biathlon 7.5k pursuit on Feb. 11. She  led Team USA and placed 27th overall. (Photo by Getty Images)
AJ Hurt racing past a gate
AJ Hurt ’23 races in the slalom on Feb. 11. Hurt navigated the difficult course and placed 24th in a field that saw 38 of 88 skiers fail to finish both runs.  (Photo by Getty Images)
Susan Dunklee shooting at a target
Susan Dunklee ’08 takes aim from the prone position in the 7.5K biathlon pursuit. She traversed the course without any shooting penalties, one of just 13 in the field of 89 competitors to do so. (Photo by Getty Images)
Nina O'Brien racing past a gate
Nina O’Brien ’20 flies past a gate in the giant slalom on Feb. 6. O’Brien was in sixth place after the first run but took a terrible spill just before the last gate, fracturing her leg. She underwent surgery in Beijing and returned home for recovery and rehabilitation. (Photo by Getty Images)
Laura Stacey scores vs Switzerland
Laura Stacey ’16 pressures Team Switzerland goalie Andrea Brändli in the women’s hockey semifinals on Feb. 13. Stacey had scored two goals for Team Canada in an earlier 12-1 opening round win over Switzerland.  (Photo by Getty Images)
Tricia Mangan racing
Tricia Mangan ’19 skis the slalom in the second part of the Alpine combined race on Feb. 17. Mangan was the only Team USA skier to finish the race and moved up from 20th place after the downhill to finish 11th overall after the slalom run.  (Photo by Getty Images)
Julia Kern
Julia Kern ’19 pushes on the straightaway of the women’s cross country sprint freestyle on Feb. 8. Kern finished at 14 in the qualifying round and fourth in her heat of the quarterfinal. (Photo by Getty Images)
Tommy Ford racing
Tommy Ford ’12 zips by a gate in the giant slalom on Feb. 13, finishing 19th in his first competition after fracturing his leg in a World Cup race in January 2021. Then, in one of the last events of the 2022 Olympics, Ford raced in the mixed Alpine team event with U.S. teammates Paula Moltzan, River Radamus, and Mikaela Shiffrin. Team USA finished fourth after losing a tiebreaker to Team Norway for the bronze.   (Photo by Getty Images)
Rosie Brennan skiing
Rosie Brennan ’11 moves up to the starting line of the women’s cross country sprint finals on Feb. 8. Brennan finished fourth behind U.S. teammate Jesse Diggins, who took bronze and earned the first-ever medal for Team USA in the event. On Feb. 16, Brennan teamed up with Diggins in the team sprint classic and the duo finished fifth. In her last Olympic race, the women’s 30k freestyle on Saturday, Brennan finished sixth. Diggins took silver.   (Photo by Getty Images)
Tommy Ford '12 with Mikaela Shiffrin, Paula Moltzan of Team USA
From left, Tommy Ford ’12 and U.S. mixed Alpine teammates Mikaela Shiffrin and Paula Moltzan keep warm while watching teammate River Radamus complete his run in one of the last events of the 2022 Olympics. (Photo by Getty Images)