Israel's first Winter Olympic medalist?

Fresh off his medal-winning performance at the Americas Cup in December he will represent Israel at the World Championships in February.

By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
February 12, 2012 18:06
Bradley Chalupski

Bradley Chalupski. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Meet Bradley Chalupski, a native of New Jersey, currently living in Lake Placid, New York, where he trains full time as a Skeleton athlete for team Israel.

Chalupski visited the Holy Land for the first time in March 2011 on a Birthright trip and will be making Aliyah in May, when he will be moving to Haifa.

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During his first full competitive season representing Israel in 2010/2011, Bradley earned a spot for the Israeli team in the top level WorldCup circuit.

Fresh off his medal-winning performance at the Americas Cup in December he will represent Israel at the World Championships in February. He has very realistic hopes of qualifying for the 2014 Sochi Games.

The Jerusalem Post will be following Bradley¹s quest to become this country's first Winter Olympic medalist.

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