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
  • 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games - 1000m 4th; 1500m 8th; Team Pursuit 8th; Mass Start 9th
  • 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
  • 2021 World Championships - Mass Start Gold; 1500m 5th
  • 2020 World Single Distance Championships - 1500m Bronze; Mass Start 5th
  • 2019 World Single Distance Championships - Mass Start Gold; 1500m 8th; 1000m 12th
  • 2017 World Single Distance Championships - Mass Start Gold; 1500m 7th; 1000m 10th
  • 2019 World Sprint Championships - 1000m 16th; 500m 26th
  • 2016 World Single Distance Championships - 1000m 12th
  • 2016 World Sprint Championships - 1000m 9th; 500m 25th; 500m 28th
  • 2015 World Single Distances Championships - 1000m 10th; 1500m 21st
  • 2013 World Allround Championships - 500 15th; 1500m 21st; 5000m 23rd
Other Career Highlights
  • 2015-22 Long Track National Training Program
  • 2021 US Championships - 1000m Champion; 1500m Champion
  • World Cup 2 - Mass Start 4th; 1500m 17th
  • World Cup 1 - 1500m 7th; Mass Start 15th
  • 2019-20 World Cup #5 Calgary - 1500m Bronze
  • 2019-20 World Cup #4 - Mass Start Silver
  • 2019-20 World Cup #2 - Poland - Mass Start Gold
  • 2019 USOPC November Athlete of the Month
  • 2018-19 World Cup Finals - 1500m 8th (7th overall); 1000m 9th (10th overall); Mass Start 13th (9th overall)
  • 2018-19 World Cup #1 Obihiro - 1000m 16th; 1500m 19th
  • 2018-19 World Cup #2 Tomakomai - 1500m (B) Gold; 1000m 8th; Mass Start 11th
  • 2018-19 World Cup #3 Poland - 1000m 4th; 1500m 9th
  • 2018-19 World Cup #4 Heerenveen - 1500m Silver; Mass Start 13th; 1000m 19th
  • 2018-19 World Cup #5 Hamar - 1500m 6th; 1000m 19th
  • 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
  • 2016-17 World Cup Nagano - 1500m Gold
  • 2016-17 World Cup Astana - 1500m Bronze
  • 2016-17 World Cup Heerenveen - Mass Start Gold
  • 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
  • 2013-14 World Cup Berlin - 1500m Gold
Personal: Joey is one of many speed skating athletes who has a history in the sport of inline speed skating. Through inline speed skating, Joey won 28 World Championship titles, three Pan American Games titles, 15 World Cup Gold medals, 12 Junior World titles and over 90 national titles. Outside of any form of skating, you can find Joey riding motorcycles and working out.