Hannah Kearney

Olympic Gold Medalist and 3-Time World Champion
Tags: Freestyle Skiing
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At the age of 19, Hannah was a World Champion. At 21 she had already achieved dominance and won almost every major title in her sport. She was the one to beat heading into the 2006 Olympics, but came up short. In 2010, Hannah laid everything on the line in the biggest competition of her career. With the best run of her life, she etched her name in the history books with an Olympic Gold Medal. Before retiring after the 2015 season, Hannah continued to make history by winning Gold in Dual Moguls at the World Championships and bringing her total to eight career World Championship medals, more than any other freestyle skier in the history of the sport.

Since retiring, Hannah has traveled the country and shared her world-class experience through professional athlete appearances. Whether it’s a corporate speaking engagement, dinner with a group, or spending a day on the slopes, Hannah is sure to entertain any audience.  Her Gold medal, Olympic experiences, and stories from years as the best in the world, are guaranteed to excite and inspire.

Career Highlights

  • OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST: Vancouver, 2010
  • OLYMPIC BRONZE MEDALIST: Sochi, 2014
  • WORLD CHAMPION: 2005, 2013, 2015
  • World Cup Overall Moguls Champion: 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • World Cup Overall Freestyle Champion: 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015
  • ESPY NOMINEE for Best Female Olympic Athlete: 2010
  • 5-Time National Champion
  • 46 World Cup wins: tied for record for any skiing discipline
  • 16 consecutive World Cup: record for any skiing discipline
  • 71 World Cup podiums
  • Height: 5’6″
  • Hair: Blonde
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Born: February 26, 1986
  • Hometown: Norwich, VT
  • Ski Club: Waterville Valley Resort, NH

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