Apolo Ohno, the most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian with eight medals, will be inducted into the U.S. Speedskating Hall of Fame on May 13.
“This incredible sport has taught me so much, and to be associated with a special group of legends like this is something that I will cherish for the rest of my life,” Ohno said in a press release.
Ohno earned gold and silver at Salt Lake City 2002, gold and two bronze at Torino 2006 and silver and two bronze at Vancouver 2010, his final competition.
Ohno announced his retirement in 2013 at age 30 and has since worked as an analyst for NBC Olympics while also starting the Apolo Ohno Invitational short track competition.
Ohno completed the 2014 Ironman World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, in 9 hours, 52 minutes, 27 seconds.
He swam 2.4 miles (1:00:29), biked 112 miles (5:07:15) and ran a marathon (3:36:41) back to back to back. He finished within an hour of the women’s elite winner.
Ohno’s time was much faster than a pair of celebrities from the 2013 Ironman — former NFL wide receiver Hines Ward (13:08:15) and chef Gordon Ramsay (14:04:08).
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