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Chapter 1: 1980

Jeremy C. Holm is a renowned author, motivational speaker, bobsled athlete and coach, journalist, graphic designer and advertising consultant.

It all started when Jeremy was born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania on December 22, 1980. His family then moved to Oklahoma where Jeremy grew up playing soccer and baseball while dodging tornadoes.

Chapter 2: Drag Racing

While recognized around the world for his bobsled career, many people don't know that before he raced bobsleds down an icy track at over 80 MPH, Jeremy was racing dragsters down the quarter-mile at speeds of over 65 MPH. Not bad for a young teenager who wasn't even old enough to drive legally on the road just yet!

Chapter 3: Bobsled

in 1997, Jeremy began the exciting winter sport of bobsled on the then newly constructed Park City, Utah 2002 Winter Olympic track. After that fateful ride down the course, Jeremy was hooked and went on to train and race in both two- and four-man bobsled under the umbrella of Team Holm Bobsled. In 2009 Jeremy was asked to become the Head Coach for the United States Adaptive Bobsled Team, thus allowing him to develop and coach a program that contained some of the first Paralympic bobsled athletes in the world. Jeremy is now also Team Captain, chief pilot and founder of Team Phoenix Bobsled, a group of athletes that use bobsled to help others find hope and second chances in life.

Chapter 4: Speaking

While traveling and competing as a bobsled athlete, Jeremy found a passion for inspirational speaking and leadership education. Since he was first "assigned" to speak by his coach in 1997, Jeremy has spoken and presented to tens of thousands of individuals and companies to help them achieve their full potential and live a gold-medal life. For a more information, please visit Jeremy's speaking homepage here.

Chapter 5: Writing

From an early age Jeremy had a deep love for reading and creativity, two passions that were continually encouraged by his inspiring teachers at Will Rogers Elementary School in Oklahoma, Brookwood Elementary in Sandy, Utah and later Churchill Junior High and Skyline High School in Holladay, Utah where Jeremy graduated in 1999. Jeremy also went on to graduate from Utah's Salt Lake Community College and Brigham Young University in Print Journalism, an area of study that only fueled his love and honed his talent for writing.