Four-time Olympian and Winner of Six Olympic Medals; Olympic Hall of Fame Inductee
One of the top female skaters of her time and among the most decorated female athletes in Olympic history, Bonnie Blair is undoubtedly a true chion. Competing in four Olympic Games, she was the first American woman to win gold medals at two consecutive Winter Olympics and the first American to win five gold medals in Winter Olympic Games.
She was inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame in 2004 and at that time, was still the most successful American athlete in the history of Olympic competition. Now retired from skating, Blair devotes her time to her charismatic and inspiring motivational presentations to audiences across the globe as well as to a variety of charities that she organizes through the Bonnie Blair Charitable Fund.
A Winning Edge
Olympic chion Bonnie Blair shares with audiences the crossroads that she's faced during her lifetime, the sacrifices made, and the victories that can only be measured in the heart. Filled with colorful anecdotes drawn from her life and career, Blair offers practical strategies and useful tools on achieving a productive balance in life.