Kendall was born with spina bifida. She is also a summer athlete and competes in paratriathlons. A three-time world champion triathlete, she shifted her focus to the slopes in 2017. She was nominated for an EPSY in 2015 and named Female Para Triathlete of the Year by USA Triathlon. Kendall was the first American female and first American to claim a medal in the biathlon event in the Olympics and Paralympics. She competed in the 2018 Paralympics resulting in two gold medals.
|Birthplace||Downers Grove, IL|
|Hometown||Downers Grove, IL|
|Year Made Team||2017|
Years of Participation: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019
Medals: 9 (4 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze)
Most Recent: 2019 – Nordic skiing – gold (individual biathlon), silver (middle-distance biathlon, middle-distance cross-country, biathlon sprint, long-distance cross-country), bronze (cross-country sprint)
One-time Paralympian; Two-time Paralympic Medalist
PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games:
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