CLARISSA CHUN
2016-17 Team USA Ranking
: No. 3 at 48 kg/105.5 lbs.
Years on Team USA: 15 (2000-07, 2008-13, 2014-17)
Residence: Morgantown, W.Va.
Club: Sunkist Kids
Personal Coach: Sammie Henson
College: UCCS, Missouri Valley
High School: Honolulu, Hawaii (Roosevelt)
Born: August 27, 1981 in Honolulu, Hawaii
Height: 4-11

Career Highlights
• 2012 Olympic bronze medalist
• 2008 World Champion
• Fifth in 2008 Olympic Games
• Five-time U.S. World Team member
• Four-time U.S. Open champion (2006, 2009, 2011, 2012)
• Four-time Pan American Championships champion
• 2012 Pan American Olympic Qualifier champion
• 2011 Pan American Games silver medalist
• Four-time World Team Trials runner-up (2000-2003)
• Three-time U.S. Open runner-up (2000, 2003-2004)
• Two-time Hawaii girls state high school champion

2016: Third in U.S. Olympic Team Trials… Pan American Championships champion… Second in Dave Schultz Memorial…
2015: Third at Henri Deglane Challenge (France)… Third at U.S. World Team Trials… Third at U.S. Open… Ninth at Mongolian Open… Second in Dave Schultz Memorial International…
2014: Fourth at Bill Farrell International… Third in U.S. World Team Trials… Third in U.S. Open… Third in Grand Prix of Paris…
2012: Ninth in World Championships… Third in Olympic Games… Fifth in Canada Cup… U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion… Pan American Olympic Qualifier champion… Fifth in Mongolia Open… U.S. Open champion…
2011: Second in New York AC International Open… Second in Pan American Games… Seventh in World Championships… Poland Open champion… U.S. World Team Trials champion… U.S. Open champion… Second in Grand Prix of Tourcoing…
2010: Open Cup of Russia champion… New York AC International champion… Second in Sunkist Kids International Open… Second in U.S. World Team Trials… Third in German Grand Prix… Pan American Championships gold medalist…
2009: Ninth in World Championships… U.S. World Team Trials champion… Pan American Championships gold medalist… U.S. Nationals champion…
2008: World champion… U.S. World Team Trials champion… Fifth in Olympic Games… U.S. Olympic Team Trials champion… Fourth in U.S. Nationals… Pan American Championships gold medalist… Second in Kiev International… Second in Dave Schultz Memorial International… Second in Guelph Open…
2007: Second in New York AC Holiday International… Sunkist Kids International Open champion… Fourth in U.S. World Team Trials… Third in U.S. Nationals… Third in Guelph Open (Canada)…
2006: Second in New York AC Holiday International Open… Sunkist Kids/ASU International Open champion… U.S. Nationals champion…Vehbi Emre Golden Grand Prix champion (Turkey)…Tenth in Ivan Yarygin Memorial International (Russia)…Second in Klippan Ladies Golden Grand Prix (Sweden)…
2005: Second in NYAC Holiday Championships…Clansmen International champion (Canada)…Sunkist Kids/ASU International champion…Third in U.S. World Team Trials…
2004: Second in Sunkist Kids International Open… Fourth in World Cup… Second in U.S. Olympic Team Trials… Second in U.S. Nationals… Sixth in Ivan Yarygin Memorial International (Russia)… Fourth in Dave Schultz Memorial International…
2003: Second in Sunkist Kids International Open… Second in U.S. World Team Trials… Second in U.S. Nationals… Fourth in Klippan Ladies Open (Sweden)…
2002: Second in U.S. World Team Trials… Fourth in U.S. Nationals… Third in Pan American Championships…
2001: Sunkist Kids International Open champion… Fourth in World Cup… Second in U.S. World Team Trials… Third in U.S. Nationals… Klippan Ladies Open champion (Sweden)… Second in Pan American Championships… Missouri Valley International Open champion… Second in Minnesota-Morris Women’s Open… Third in Manitoba Open (Canada)…
2000: DNP in World Championships… Second in Pan American Championships… Second in U.S. World Team Trials… Second in U.S. Nationals… Dave Schultz Memorial International champion… Minnesota-Morris Women’s Open champion…
1999: Third in Sunkist Kids International Open…
USA Age-Group: Fourth in 2004 University World Championships… 2001 and 2003 University Nationals champion... Fifth in 2001 Junior World Championships... Eighth in 2000 Junior World Championships... 2000-01 FILA Junior Nationals champion... Third in 2000 University Nationals...
College: Graduated from the Univ. of Colorado-Colorado Springs with a degree in Communications... Previously attended Missouri Valley College, where she was coached by Mike Machholz and Kent Sherrow...
High School: Attended Roosevelt High School, where she was coached by Bryan Aspera...1998-99 state women’s champion... Third in 1999 USGWA High School Nationals... State qualifier in swimming and bowling... Also competed in judo and water polo...
Personal: Daughter of Bryan and Gail Chun... Has one brother, Shaun... Former U.S. Olympic Training Center resident-athlete... Hobbies include surfing... Also participated in judo...
Awards: 2001 Missouri Valley International Open Outstanding Wrestler...
Twitter: @ClarissaChun
Instagram: @chunk48