Lodwick captured his first Olympic medal in 2010, it was his fifth Olympic Games. He earned a silver medal in the team event for the United States at the 2010 Winter Olympics. The Colorado native retired after the 2006 season and worked in real estate and as a commentator for Universal Sports before returning to the sport in the summer of 2008. Lodwick made a triumphant return by winning two gold medals at the 2009 World Championship, one in the individual and the other in the mass start (non-Olympic event). Lodwick made his Olympic debut at the Lillehammer Games in 1994. Lodwick won the U.S. Olympic trials in Dec. He became the first American to qualify for his sixth Olympic Games.
- 2013: World Championships - Bronze (team event)
- 2009: World Championships - Gold (individual) (mass start - Non-Olympic event)
Things to know
1. Over Lodwick's extensive Olympic career, his most memorable Olympic moment to him was when he walked through the Gates for Opening Ceremony and seeing his mother at the 1994 Games in Lillehammer.
2. Lodwick was 17-years-old when he made his Olympic debut in 1994.
3. Lodwick enjoys bow hunting in his spare time.