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Jennifer Kehoe started skiing when she was nine after her family moved to Switzerland and her school ran an annual ski camp to the Alps.
Jennifer first experience of guiding was in 2013 when she worked with fellow PyeongChang 2018 teammate Millie Knight, but she was injured prior to Sochi and therefore unable to guide Millie at the Games.
A serving Army Officer in the Royal Engineers, Jennifer has been released for her military duties for two years to train as a full-time athlete and guide for Menna Fitzpatrick – whom she paired with in September 2015.
In 2016 Menna and Jen became the first Brits to win overall World Cup gold and, in 2017, they won bronze in the giant slalom at the World Championships.
At the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games Jen and Menna became Britain’s most successful winter Paralympians when they claimed slalom gold on the final day of action to add to their super combined and giant slalom silvers and super-G bronze.
2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games
- Slalom: Gold
- Super Combined: Silver
- Giant Slalom: Silver
- Super-G: Bronze
2017 World Championships, Tarvisio, Italy
- Giant slalom: Bronze
- Super-G: 4th
- Slalom: 4th
- Downhill: 5th
- Super combined: 5th
2015 World Championships, Panorama, Canada (guide to Millie Knight)
- Giant slalom: Silver
- Slalom: Bronze
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