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SSG JEN LEE

SLED HOCKEY

Event: Sled Hockey Goalie

Age: 27

Hometown: San Francisco

High school: Westmoor High School, Daly City, Calif.

College: University of Incarnate Word, Chaminade University

Career field: Aviation

SSG Jen Lee discovered sled hockey while rehabilitating from a 2009motorcycle accident and worked his way into a spot in goal for theU.S. Paralympic sled hockey squad that will compete at the 2014Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. An above the left kneeamputee, he rehabbed with Operation Comfort at Brooke Army MedicalHospital in San Antonio, where the journey began. Along the way,Lee helped Team USA secure gold and silver medals at the 2012 and2013 Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships. He also is a mainstayin goal for the San Antonio Rampage sled hockey team.

CAREER COACHING HIGHLIGHTS

2014 Paralymic Gold medal, Sled Hockey, Sochi, Russia

2013 Silver2013 Silver medal, Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships,

Goyang City, South Korea

2013 Silver medal, World Sledge Hockey Challenge, Toronto, Ontario,

Canada

2013 Helped Team USA win USA Hockey Sled Cup, Indian Trail, N.C.

2012 Gold medal, Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships, Hamar,

Norway

2011 Third place, World Sledge Hockey Challenge, London, Ontario,

Canada

2011 Third place, Japan Para Ice Sledge Hockey Championships, Nagano,

Japan

2006-07 Played basketball for Chaminade University

2004 Named Most Inspirational Player on Westmoor basketball team

2003 Helped Westmoor win district track & field title

2003 Named Most Improved Player on Westmoor basketball team

“I think a lot of my friends from back in high school in San Francisco will be saying, ‘Hey, you can be one of the first

Paralympic representatives from our school.’ Operation Comfort started me. There are so many people to name who

want us to be there. To them, it’s like a big accomplishment

as well.”

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