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Hallie Clarke

Team USA Skeleton Racer


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About ME

I am an 18 year old slider based out of Lake Placid, NY and Calgary, AB. After my breakout season in the 2021-22 Olympic year, I now head into my World Cup debut season, but as a Team USA skeleton athlete. It was time to make a change and represent the country I grew up in. 


In 2018, at 14 years old, I moved to Calgary and saw a ‘learn to push’ sign for skeleton. I felt it was time for something new after years of being a multisport athlete, so I gave it a try. It wasn’t an easy introduction to the sport. I crashed my very first run and had to find the courage to get back on the sled. I gave it a few more tries that same night and haven’t looked back since. Months later, I became the youngest ever to slide down the fastest track in the world in Whistler, Canada at over 140 km/hr (87 mph.)


While completing high school as an honors student, I spent my first 3 years racing in the Omega Youth Series, the Youth Olympics, and further developing to become a part of the national team. In the 2021-22 season, I won the Canadian Team Selection Race and came 2nd Overall in the Intercontinental Cup Circuit. That achievement ranked me 20th in the world and got me named as the Canadian Women’s alternate for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games. 


Four years into my career and I am ready to take on the World Cup circuit racing for Team USA while I look forward to achieving my next goal: 2026 Winter Olympic Games




Races And results



  • Named to Team USA

  • 2nd Place: IBSF World Cup #1 (Whistler, Canada)

  • 9th Place: IBSF World Cup #2 (Park City, USA)

  • 4th Place: IBSF World Push Championships 

  • 18th Place: IBSF World Cup #3 (Lake Placid, USA)

  • 17th Place: IBSF World Cup #4 (Winterberg, Germany)

  • 1st Place: U20 Junior World Championships

  • 4th Place: U23 Junior World Championships

  • 15th Place: IBSF World Cup #6 (Altenberg, Germany)

  • 10th Place: World Championships (St.Moritz, Switzerland)

  • 2nd Place: IBSF World Cup #7 (Innsbruck, Austria)


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