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    Alpine Skiing | Athlete Profile: Mollie JEPSEN - Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games

    Athlete Profile - Mollie JEPSEN

    Mollie JEPSEN
    Birth Date:  17 Sep 1999
    Age:  18
    Gender:   Female


    LW6/8-2

    Mollie JEPSEN - Schedule

    Schedule
    Start Time Event Status
    Wed, 7 Mar 10:00EST
    Women's Downhill, Standing 1st Training Run
    Finished
    Sat, 10 Mar 9:47EST
    Women's Downhill, Standing
    Finished
    Sun, 11 Mar 9:52EST
    Women's Super-G, Standing
    Finished
    Tue, 13 Mar 10:05EST
    Women's Super Combined, Standing Super-G
    Finished
    Tue, 13 Mar 15:22EST
    Women's Super Combined, Standing Slalom
    Finished
    Wed, 14 Mar Followed by
    Women's Giant Slalom, Standing Run 1
    Finished
    Wed, 14 Mar Followed by
    Women's Giant Slalom, Standing Run 2
    Finished
    Sun, 18 Mar 10:00EST
    Women's Slalom, Standing Run 1
    Finished
    Sun, 18 Mar 12:47EST
    Women's Slalom, Standing Run 2
    Finished

    Legend

    EST: Estimated Start Time

    Biographical Information

    Languages spoken English
    Club name Whistler Mountain Ski Club [Canada]
    Coach Jean-Sebastien Labrie [national], CAN (NPC Media Guide, 2018)
    Other sports She has competed in able-bodied alpine skiing. (NPC Media Guide, 2018)
    Injuries

    She suffered a broken ankle in February 2017. (piquenewsmagazine.com, 23 Feb 2017) 

    She broke her left hand in 2011. (Athlete, 20 Apr 2011)

    She has torn the anterior cruciate ligament [ACL] in her knee on two occasions during her career. (NPC Media Guide, 2018)

    Reason She always loved skiing and being in the mountains. (Athlete, 20 Apr 2011)
    Ambition To compete at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. (Athlete, 20 Apr 2011)
    Philosophy "I just want people to treat me as a normal person. I am just one of them and there is no difference." (Athlete, 20 Apr 2011)
    Awards In 2017 she received a Rising Strong Award from Whistler Mountain Ski Club in British Columbia, Canada. (wmsc.info, 17 May 2017)
    Additional information

    Classification 
    LW6/8-2 (IPC, 18 Feb 2018)

    Type of Impairment
    Limb deficiency (Athlete, 20 Apr 2011)

    Origin of Impairment
    Congenital (Athlete, 20 Apr 2011)

    Impairment Details
    She was born missing fingers on her left hand, but has part of her thumb and small finger. (Athlete, 20 Apr 2011)

    Social Media

    Legend

    : This event is Live
    : Gold
    : Silver
    : Bronze
    : Gold Medal Event
    : Bronze Medal Event
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    International Partners
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