Oksana Masters, Para-Cycling
"2021, lets do this," Masters, an eight-time Paralympic medalist aiming for a spot on the para-cycling Olympic team, wrote on Twitter. She finished off the podium for cycling in the 2016 Paralympics and took home five combined Nordic and biathlon medals from the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang. Masters explained that training for her winter competitions as well as the Olympics will be a challenge (hence, coffee). "I'll be honest, training between @Tokyo2020 &!@ParaSnowSports [sic] Nordic/Biathlon's world champs my coffee game is REALLY going to have to step up. You can only achieve big goals if you are healthy and safe. Control what you can #PlayInside #playfortheworld."