The Summer Olympics are just a month away. So, are you excited? Today. we look at the career of the Jersey Shore's most famous Olympic star.

While New Jersey has a pretty extensive list of really great Olympic stars, including Carly Lloyd and Carl Lewis among others, the Jersey Shore itself has its own superstar, and we always love celebrating the amazing career of Christie Pearce Rampone.

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We all know that Christie was born in Point Pleasant, and we know she spent her career dominating, changing and winning the sport she loved, women's soccer. But have you ever paused for a moment to soak in her incredible list of accomplishments and honors?

Well, that's exactly what we're going to do today. So sit back, and get ready to reminisce about the mind blowing list of Christie Pearce Rampone accomplishments over her career.

It all started with a basketball scholarship at Monmouth University, and it wound up with Christie being the captain of the U.S. Women's National Team. Are you ready to hear what happened while she was captain?

Only A FIFA Woman's World Cup championship, and two gold medal runs, and along the way, Christie played in 22 Olympic matches. That's more than any U.S. player. Let's look at her career overall...

Four time Olympian (the only one ever on the women's national team).

Three Olympic Gold Medals

An Olympic Silver Medal

Two FIFA World Cup championships

It just doesn't get better than that. And from a Point Pleasant native, right? We love it and we couldn't be prouder of Christie. So what is Christie up to now? She does work for Fox Sports and is writing a book, plus she does speaking engagements as well.

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.