Valarie Jenkins

Disc Golf

Served as envoy

  • 2015  –  Russia

Valarie Jenkins is a professional disc golfer, currently the number one ranked female disc golfer in the world. Growing up in a disc golf family, she was around the sport from an early age. She began her professional career in 2003 after placing second in the Amateur World Championships. Valarie has won 13 majors during the course of her career, including three World Championships. During the three years that Valarie was the world champion (2007-2009), she won 22 tournaments that were National Tour Events or Majors. Valarie remains one of only four women in the history of Disc Golf to have won at least 3 PDGA World Championships.

Nate Doss

Disc Golf

Served as envoy

  • 2015  –  Russia

Nate Doss first played disc golf when he was seven years old, and by the time he was eleven, he was hooked. In 1998, at the age of thirteen, Nate was invited to the Amateur World Championships and finished seventh in the Juniors under 16 division. Two years later, he turned pro. In 2008, he won the most prestigious disc golf tournament of the year, the United States Disc Golf Championship. Nate is currently the second ranked disc golfer in the world and has won three world championships (2005, 2007, 2011). With his win in 2011, Nate became only the second person with three world championships.