Date of Birth
Visually impaired (B2) at PyeongChang 2018
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Menna Fitzpatrick learned to ski when she was five-years-old and would ski behind her Dad on family holidays.
Menna made her senior international debut for Great Britain in 2012 and in March 2016, she and guide Jennifer Kehoe made history by becoming the first British skiers to win the overall World Cup visually impaired title in Aspen.
It came in the then 17-year-old’s first season competing at World Cup level, with the duo also picking up the giant slalom Crystal Globe, silver in the overall super-G and bronze in the overall downhill and slalom events.
At the 2017 World Championships in Tarvisio, Italy, Menna and Jennifer claimed bronze in the giant slalom while they began the 2017⁄18 season in superb fashion, winning two silvers and two bronzes at the opening World Cup in Kuhtai.
At the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Paralympic Games Menna became Britain’s most successful Winter Paralympian as she claimed slalom gold, super combined silver, giant slalom silver and super-G bronze.
Menna Fitzpatrick and Jennifer Kehoe on the podium at PyeongChang 2018
2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games
- Slalom: Gold
- Super Combined: Silver
- Giant Slalom: Silver
- Super-G: Bronze
2017 Para Alpine Skiing World Championships, Tarvisio, Italy
- Giant slalom: Bronze
- Super-G: 4th
- Slalom: 4th
- Downhill: 5th
- Super-combined: 5th
26 June 2018
Fitzpatrick: We're already well on the road to Beijing
7 June 2018
Fitzpatrick and Kehoe to receive MBEs in The Queen's Birthday Honours
18 March 2018
A golden finish for Fitzpatrick and Kehoe
16 March 2018
PyeongChang 2018: Meenagh and Whitley bow out with impressive performances
14 March 2018
PyeongChang 2018: Fitzpatrick hatrick and curling crunch
14 March 2018
Giant slalom silver makes it three for Fitzpatrick and Kehoe
13 March 2018