Print the Biography/Short

Kamryn Lute

United States

SportShort Track
FederationIDSTUSA22808200401
NOCUnited States
Born28 Aug 2004
GenderWomen
OccupationStudent
LanguagesEnglish
Social Media
Social Media
www.facebook.com/kamryn.lute  
Sport Specific Information
Sport Specific Information
Name of coachStephen Gough [national], CAN  
Training RegimeShe trains six days a week. Her sessions consist of two hours of off-ice exercise or cardio work and one to two hours of on-ice skating.  
When and where did you begin this sport?She got involved in short track at age five.  
Club / TeamPotomac Speedskating Club: United States  
Reason for choosing this sportShe became interested in the sport after watching the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. "My mum asked me what sport I wanted to try and I thought speed skating was cool. I love the strategy and competition. Since it is at such a high speed, you get an adrenaline rush. It is really exciting."  
General Interest
General Interest
Most influential person in careerHer parents. (wisdateline.org, 01 Apr 2020)  
AmbitionsTo compete at the Olympic Winter Games. (wisdateline.org, 01 Apr 2020)  
Other informationBUSY SCHEDULE
She has taken part in training programmes across the world, and has had to develop effective ways of managing her time to keep up with her school work. "I have trained in Canada, Utah [in the United States of America], the Netherlands, Belgium, France, the UK, and I have gone to [the Republic of] Korea to train over the summer. I take whatever small periods I have at home or sometimes in the car to do my homework. I've gotten used to it." (wisdateline.org, 01 Apr 2020)
 
Championships results
Year Competition Event Rank  
Championships results
    2021/2022 World Junior Championships 3000m Relay7  
    2020/2021 World Championships 3000m Relay7  
    2021/2022 World Junior Championships 500m17  
    2021/2022 World Junior Championships 1500m17  
    2019/2020 World Junior Championships 1000m22  
    2021/2022 World Junior Championships 1000m23  
    2019/2020 World Junior Championships 500m35