Mollie Jepsen skiing downhill
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Mollie Jepsen

Birthdate

Sport(s)

Para Alpine

Hometown

Whistler, BC

Mollie Jepsen won four medals at her first-ever Paralympic Winter Games. She took gold in super combined, a silver in slalom, and a bronze in both downhill and giant slalom. Entering the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games, Jepsen was a triple medalist at the World Cup Final in Kimberley, British Columbia in February 2018. Prior to this, her career had been hampered by injuries including two torn ACL’s and a fractured ankle in 2016-2017.

Year Type
Host City
Medals
2018 Winter
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Pyeongchang, South Korea
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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2018 - Quadruple medallist at 2018 Paralympic Winter Games... In 2017 she received a Rising Strong Award from Whistler Mountain Ski Club…

 

PERSONAL

She was born missing fingers on her left hand, but has part of her thumb and small finger… Competes in both able bodied and Para alpine…

 

NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

2018 Paralympic Winter Games Super Combined 1st

2018 Paralympic Winter Games slalom 2nd

2018 Paralympic Winter Games downhill 3rd

2018 Paralympic Winter Games giant slalom 3rd

2018 Paralympic Winter Games Super G 4th
2018 World Cup Final Super G 1st

2018 World Cup Final Super G 2nd

2018 World Cup Final Downhill 5

2018 World Cup Final Downhill 2nd