Eighteen-year-old Jordan Stolz has trained for the ice ribbon since he was five years old. While growing up in Washington County and specifically in Kewaskum, he grew an interest in skating. His parents continually encouraged him to pursue his passion throughout his childhood and now support him in his career.
In 2022, Jordan attended the Calgary World Cup where he won three medals and claimed two records. At just 18, he broke the junior world and American records in men’s 500-meter where he won the silver medal being just .01 behind the gold medal. On top of that, Jordan also became the youngest man to win an individual World Cup speed skating race in history! He won the 1500m in just 1 minute, 44.891 seconds.
All of his accomplishments, paired with his performance at the Winter Olympics in 2022 allows for Jordan to be at the top of his game. See how his achievements have helped shape him and his family, as well as the community, that surrounds him in this short.
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