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Connor Fields is one of the most respected athletes to ever compete in the sport of BMX racing. With over 20 years competing at the highest level, Fields garnered quite the resume for himself as one of the greatest BMX riders of all time. At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, he became the first American to ever win the Olympic gold medal in BMX racing. The Las Vegas native has also tallied up multiple UCI World Championship titles, X Games podium finishes, and Pan American Games gold medals throughout his decade-long career. A brutal collision at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games left Fields with the difficult decision to stop competing in the sport. Fields made his official retirement announcement in 2022, 11 years after making his professional debut. Today, Fields spends his time running BMX clinics around the country, paying it forward to his community and children who share the same passion as him.

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Connor Fields
  • United States
Date of Birth : 1992-09-14
Favorite Flavor: Zero-Sugar Ultra Blue a.k.a. The Blue Monster

Connor Fields is one of the most respected athletes to ever compete in the sport of BMX racing. With over 20 years competing at the highest level, Fields garnered quite the resume for himself as one of the greatest BMX riders of all time. At the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, he became the first American to ever win the Olympic gold medal in BMX racing. The Las Vegas native has also tallied up multiple UCI World Championship titles, X Games podium finishes, and Pan American Games gold medals throughout his decade-long career. A brutal collision at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games left Fields with the difficult decision to stop competing in the sport. Fields made his official retirement announcement in 2022, 11 years after making his professional debut. Today, Fields spends his time running BMX clinics around the country, paying it forward to his community and children who share the same passion as him.

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