Tricia Stumpf

Tricia Stumpf ( born 1970 ) is an American skeleton pilot.

Before Tricia Stumpf joined the Skeleton, it operated alpine skiing. She had her breakthrough in the Skeleton in the season 1999/2000. In Calgary, she made her debut in the World Cup, and came in eighth place. Their best finish was a second place in 2000 in La Plagne. 2000/ 01 was her best season, they finished fourth in the World Cup. In Igls 2000 and Calgary in 2001, she won the bronze medal at the World Championships. At U.S. Championships Stumpf won the title in 2000 and 2001 and silver in 1999 behind Juleigh Walker.

After Skeleton for the 2002 Winter Olympics was added to the official program, stump quit her full-time job as a marketing clerk in Park City. But they could not qualify and Tristan Gale and Lea Anne Parsley started for the United States and won gold and silver itself.