Name: Joey Mantia
Sport: Long Track Speedskating
Discipline(s): Speedskating, Long Track Speedskating
Height: 5’10
DOB: 2/7/1986
Birthplace: Ocala, Fla.
Hometown: Ocala, Fla.
Olympic Experience
  • Qualified for the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team - won the 1000m, 1500m and Mass Start
  • 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games - Team Pursuit 7th; 1000m 15th; 1500m 22nd
World Championship Experience
  • 2016-17 World Single Distance Championships - Mass Start gold; 1000m 10th; 1500m 7th
  • 2015-16 World Single Distance Championships - 1000m 12th
  • 2015-16 World Sprint Championships - 500m 25th; 1000m 9th; 500m 28th; 1000m 11th
  • 2014-15 World Single Distances Championships - 1000m 10th; 1500m 21st
  • 2012-13 World Allround Championships - 500 15th; 5000m 23rd; 1500m 21st
Other Career Highlights
  • 2017-18 World Cup Salt Lake City - 1500m 4th; Team Pursuit 5th: 1000m 10th
  • 2017-18 World Cup Calgary - 1500m 4th; Mass Start 9th; 1000m 10th: Team Pursuit DQ
  • 2017-18 World Cup Stavanger - 1500m silver; Team Sprint bronze; 1000m 6th
  • 2017-18 World Cup Heerenveen - Mass Start silver; 1500m 5th; Team Pursuit 8th; 1000m 13th
  • 2017-18 Long Track World Cup Team
  • 2017-18 Long Track National Training Program
  • 2016-17 World Cup Nagano - 1500m gold
  • 2016-17 World Cup Astana - 1500m bronze
  • 2016-17 World Cup Heerenveen - Mass Start gold
  • 2016-17 Long Track National Training Program
  • 2016-17 Long Track World Cup Team
  • 2015-16 World Cup Calgary - Team Sprint silver, 1500m bronze
  • 2015-16 World Cup Salt Lake City - 1500m silver
  • 2015-16 World Cup Inzell - 1500m bronze
  • 2015-16 World Cup Heerenveen - 1500m gold
  • 2015-16 Long Track National Training Program
  • 2015-16 Long Track World Cup Team
  • 2013-14 World Cup Berlin - 1500m gold
Personal: Personal: In inline speedskating, won 28 World Championships titles, three Pan American Games titles, 15 World Cup gold medals, 12 Junior World titles, and more than 90 national titles...Hobbies include riding motorcycles