Sky Christopherson
is an Entrepreneur & Athlete.

Called a 'Wunderkind' by The New York Times, Sky was an athlete on the U.S. Cycling Team and alternate on the 1996 and 2000 Olympic TeamsSky recently broke a world record notable by his use of a 'digital health' program. The previous holder of the record recieved a lifetime ban shortly after for performance enhancing drug use. 

The program was then applied to a project called OAthlete, which helped athletes win medals at the 2012 London Olympics. The project was featured on the front page of the Financial Times, Wired Magazine, and in the documentary film Personal Gold.

Sky has been a featured speaker on sports, technology, and health at conferences and events ranging from TEDx, Quantified Self, Consumer Electronics Show, among others. Sky is also founder of in Seattle, WA, which has helped sell over 20,000 homes.

Also founder of Amorgen, a Hollywood-based media production company, Sky directed The Greater Meaning of Water, about a breath-hold freediver (think: 'Big Blue') available on