Kaitlynn Miller ’14 Makes Olympic Team

Kaitlyn Miller ’14. Photo courtesy of US Ski and Snowboard

Former Bowdoin student-athlete Kaitlynn Miller ’14 has been named to the 2018 US Olympic Team in the sport of cross-country skiing.

Miller represents one of 20 cross-country skiers named to Team USA at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea in February. The PyeongChang Games mark Miller’s first Olympic appearance.

This is not the first time a Polar Bear has made such tracks in pursuit of Olympic gold in this event. Elizabeth Frazier Youngman ’81 was a two-time U.S. Olympian in cross-country skiing—at the 1988 games in  Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and in 1992 in Albertville, France.

Read more about Miller and Bowdoin’s many other Olympians.

3 thoughts on “Kaitlynn Miller ’14 Makes Olympic Team

  1. Nicole Wobus

    What an incredible accomplishment for Kaitlynn, and milestone for Bowdoin! In addition to the unimaginable amount of hard work and talent it must have taken for Kaitlynn to do this, it is also a testament to Nate Alsobrook’s amazing coaching! He has done so much to build Bowdoin’s nordic ski program, provide exceptional quality coaching, and inspire young athletes to go for it! Go u bears!

  2. Bob Delney

    Wow !! Very impressive ! I assumed I was familiar with all Bowdoin athletics, but not this sport. what a gem. Congratulations.
    Bob Delaney ’55

  3. Anna Glass van Huystee

    So proud of Kaitlynn and Nate! Go u Bears!
    Anna Glass van Huystee
    Bowdoin Nordic Alumna Racer (Co-captain) ‘92

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