Ashley (Carusone) Schappert
-Added an article about her winning the world championships: http://web.archive.org/web/20010806182054/http://gainesvillesun.com/SPORTS/articles/2001-07-27ash.shtml she falls under notable triathletes #3: Have had a top ten finish in an International Triathlon Union sanctioned championship event.
|Full name||Ashley Carusone Schappert|
|National team||United States|
|Born||March 27, 1985|
|Strokes||Individual Medley, Butterfly|
|College team||University of Florida|
Ashley Carusone Schappert (born March 27, 1985.) is an athlete, entrepreneur and film producer. As an American competition swimmer she specialized in Individual Medley and butterfly events. She held 2 YMCA National SCY records in the 400IM and 200 butterfly and 4 YMCA National LCM records in the 200IM, 400IM, and 800 freestyle. Ashley competed in the 2004 and 2008 Olympic trials for the University of Florida. Ashley won the International Triathlon Union World Championships for her age group (women's 16-19) in 2001, 2 time Pan American Champion and 13 time USAT All-American.
Personal life[edit | edit source]
Schappert was born in Gainesville, Florida, in 1985. She is a 2003 graduate of Gainesville High School and was Sun Swimmer of the Year in 2003. She was a 4 time FHSAA state champion. Schappert attended the University of Florida, where she competed for coach Greg Troy's Florida Gators swim team for four years. She was a four-time SEC Academic Honor Roll. She was a 4 time NCAA qualifier and received NCAA Honorable Mention All-American (400 IM). Ashley competed in swimming as well as triathlon while in college. She won the Age Group ITU World Championships in 2001
She married Jason Schappert in Jan, 2011.The couple has 2 children.
2001 World Championship[edit | edit source]
Won the 2001 Under 20 Triathlon World Championships in Edmonton Canada. At barely 16 she beat the swim time of every person at the World Championships and won her division by a whopping 1:30. 
2003[edit | edit source]
2007 Accident[edit | edit source]
After finishing her college eligibility Ashley planned to race as a professional triathlete. While competing in triathlon he was hit by a car breaking her jaw.
2008 - 2009[edit | edit source]
After several years of rehab and retraining Ashley started competing again. Triathlon comeback and retirement ended at the 2009 USAT National Championships. After battling injuries Carusone competed in her first national championships back after winning her world championship she finished fifth, qualifying for the ITU World Championships.
2015-2016[edit | edit source]
Ashley was the Executive Producer of Flying Again which was released in 2016, featuring rusty pilots who have not flown for two to thirty years. This was then featured on the TV series The Aviators.
2017–2018[edit | edit source]
In 2017, leading the team at MzeroA.com the company was named one of Grow Florida's '2017 Florida Companies to Watch Honorees'. The company also landed #230 on INC 500's list of fastest growing companies. In 2018 they maintained growth and landed #578 on the INC 5000 list.
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic Biography : Ethan Lindenberger, Larry Stone, Emma Tillman, Erick Erickson, Emily Tassie, Alexis Cohen, George A. Burton
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References[edit | edit source]
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- Sun, Matt CannizzaroSpecial to the. "Gators sign star Gainesville swimmer". Gainesville Sun. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
- "True Tri-Athletes". Florida Gators. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
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- "MzeroA.com: Number 578 on the 2018 Inc. 5000". Inc.com. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
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- "Triathlon One O One and St. Croix 70.3 Race Results - Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site". www.trijuice.com. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
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- News, Anthony JohnsonSpecial to The Tuscaloosa. "Strong start helps Chrabot win men's championship". Tuscaloosa News. Retrieved 2019-04-16.
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- "Calling All High Flyers". Ocala Style Magazine. 2018-02-27. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
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