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Grace Miller - Nordic

Grace's Profile

Grace was born in China and adopted at the age of three. She was born without a left arm and began skiing by the age of four. Miller’s childhood was full of outdoor ambitions, both on and off the snow, and she was part of the Nordic skiing team at the same middle school and high school that two-time Paralympic alpine skiing medalist Andrew Kurka attended. Though it wasn’t until last year when she met a U.S. Paralympics Nordic Skiing development coach at a two-day Challenge Alaska clinic for physically impaired cross-country skiers that the Paralympic Winter Games became attainable. Her first Paralympic debut was at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games before she went off to her first year of college. 

BirthplaceGuangzhou, China
HometownPalmer, Alaska
Year Made Team2018

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  • Paralympic Awards & Results

    One time Paralympian (2018)

    PeyongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games:

    • 10th (15km cross-country)
    • 12th (open 4x2.5km cross-country)
    • 8th (7.5km cross-country)
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