|Welcome to GotApolo.com, a fansite completely dedicated to Olympic short track speed skating champion, Apolo Anton Ohno. Enjoy your site and come back again soon! The site is always changing and new content is being added all the time!
Name: Got Apolo? [where's your soul patch?]
Established: Feb. 18, 2002
Created by: Lindsey
Who is Apolo Anton Ohno?
Apolo Anton Ohno is a 25-year-old short track speed skater from Seattle, WA. Since the 2002 winter Olympics where Apolo achieved stardom, Apolo has established himself as an accomplished threat on the ice to his opponents. Not allowing fame and fortune to go to his head, Apolo has remained determined to give his best in the sport of short track speedskating. Rewarded by five Olympic medals and numerous other championship wins, Apolo has inspired many who hope to reach their goals as he continues to do. This site is dedicated to Apolo Anton Ohno and his fans who have been touched by his inspiration.
Happy Birthday, Apolo!
Join the forum birthday celebrations here
. See the thread for more details about our online birthday bash in the evening.
Posted on 22 May 2008 by admin
Catching up with Apolo
New video from KOMO (Seattle's news station)! Here's the description from KOMO:
Apolo Ohno is very busy training in Salt Lake City for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, and there are just two things that can pull him away: a chance to dance again with Julianne Hough and a chance to go home.
Click below to watch the streaming video:
Or, download online (thanks doonick!) here
Posted on 21 May 2008 by admin
The Rocker Fund
At long last, I'm finally posting a link to The Rocker Fund! This is a great site started up by members of our very own forum, dedicated to supporting the American short track team. You can read all about it at the site. Check it out now!
Posted on 16 May 2008 by admin
FIRST IN THE WORLD!
With Apolo's help, the U.S. Men's Team has become the World Champions in Harbin, China last night/this morning (depending on where you are). I can speak for the whole board in saying that GA is pretty ecstatic about this!! Here is the final count for the men:
1 United States USA 38
2 Canada CAN 32
3 Korea KOR 30
4 China CHN 18
Congratulations, Team USA! Our women also placed 4th so PROPS to them for a job well done, too. I am just SO proud of our whole team, and especially our guys--Apolo Ohno, JP Kepka, Charles Ryan Leveille, Jordan Malone, and Jeff Simon. CONGRATS, guys! You have made the U.S.A PROUD!
Posted on 16 Mar 2008 by admin
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"An Evening with Apolo"
University of Arkansas lecture
Fayetteville Town Center
April 1, 2008
A Night With Apolo
(Nikkei Concerns benefit gala)
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