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Kimberly Joines


One of the world’s best female sit-skiers, Joines is a two-time IPC world champion, 22-time IPC World Cup winner and two-time Paralympic bronze medallist. Joines, who suffered a spinal-cord injury in a terrain park accident, returned to competition in 2011-12 after recovering from a serious injury that ruled her out of the 2010 Vancouver Paralympic Winter Games. When Joines isn’t racing, she can still be found on the slopes hitting the powder.

Top Results

IPC World Cup overall champion (2008)
Bronze – Slalom – Paralympic Winter Games – Sochi, RUS (2014)
Bronze – Super-G – Paralympic Winter Games – Turin, ITA (2006)

IPC World Cup rankings:

Overall: 5th
Slalom: 5th


Birth date: 27/01/1981
Birth place: Edmonton, Alta.
Residence: Rossland, B.C.
Hometown: Rossland, B.C.
Made team: 2002
Sponsor: Del Metals, Salient Maritime Inc., CanFund


Height: 5-7
Weight: 155 pounds
Skis: Rossignol
Goggles: Uvex
Helmet: Uvex


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