Hunter Kemper is one of the most decorated U.S. triathletes in history. A four-time member of the USA Olympic team, he is one of two men in the world to compete in the first four Olympic triathlons (2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012). Mr. Kemper, a seven-time U.S. Elite National Champion, has also won gold and silver medals at the Pan American Games. In 2005, he became the first U.S. male triathlete to finish the season ranked No. 1 in the world and was selected as the U.S. Olympic Committee Sportsman of the Year. Mr. Kemper was recently nominated to be included in the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame.
Mr. Kemper has served as the national spokesperson for various youth triathlon events as well as A-T Children’s Project and the Pinky Swear Foundation and is currently an athlete ambassador for Compassion International. Hunter competed in his first triathlon at the age of 10. He then went on to win five consecutive Ironkids National Championships.
Mr. Kemper has been a speaker to corporations, schools, and conferences. He has spoken in front of a wide variety of audiences including the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), Nike, General Mills, Deloitte, Polo Ralph Lauren and Toyota.
Mr. Kemper holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Wake Forest University and is a member of the Wake Forest Athletics Hall of Fame. Mr. Kemper is a member of the United States Olympic Museum Board of Directors.
Mr. Kemper lives in Colorado Springs, CO with his wife and five children.