EVENT - SHORT TRACK SPEEDSKATING
HEIGHT 5'6" WEIGHT 140 lbs
- 2014 Olympic Winter Games, silver medalist in men's 5000m relay, 28th in men's 500m
- 2010 Olympic Winter Games, bronze medalist in men's 5000m relay
- 2005 World Cup 6: Gold - Men's Relay
- 2005 World Championships: Bronze - Men's Relay
- 2006 World Championship: Bronze - Men's Relay
- 2006-07 World Cup Series: Bronze - Men's Relay (WC3); 1000m Silver (WC4); Gold - 1000m (WC5); Gold - 1500m (WC5); Bronze - 1000m (WC6)
- 2007 World Championships: 1500m - 4th overall; 500m - 5th overall; 3000m - 8th overall; Bronze - Men's Relay
- 2007-08 World Cup Series: Bronze - 1000m (WC4); Bronze - 1500m (WC4)
- 2008 World Team Championship: Gold
- 2008-09 World Cup Series: Silver - 1000m (WC5)
- 2009 World Championships: Gold - Men's Relay
- 2009 World Team Championships - Bronze
Coaches: Jae Su Chun
Jordan Malone is the only short track skater in the U.S. to compete in all of the past five World Championship events (2005-09). With multiple world cup medals, along with being a member of the 2008 World Short Track Team Championships gold-medal team, Malone is focused on an Olympic future.
Malone proved his worth during the 2008-09 World Cup season, bringing home silver in the 1000m and helping the men's relay team earn a first-place finish at the 2009 World Short Track Championships in Vienna, Austria.
During the 2009-10 World Cup events, Malone won a silver medal in the 1000m. He injured his knee before the final two World Cup events and couldn't race but he was back on the ice and ready to rock the world in Vancouver.
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