Connor Fields started racing BMX at the young age of seven and evolved into one of the most decorated racers on the circuit. Hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada, he built a track record including three USABMX National Age Group Championship titles – before he was even 18 years old! Blessed with unique race IQ only surpassed by his strong work ethic, Fields rose to become a two-time USA BMX #1 Pro and two-time UCI BMX World Cup Series Champion. After landing a spot on Team USA, he made history as the first American athlete to win a BMX gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games. But tragedy struck at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021 when Fields crashed in competition and suffered a life-threating brain injury. Fields announced his retirement from professional BMX racing in summer of 2022 but shares on UNLEASHED how he remains involved in the sport as an ambassador and inspiration.