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Career Highlights:

1st
- Slalom - Winter Paralympic Games, PyeongChang KOR 2018

2nd
- Super Combined & Giant Slalom - Winter Paralympic Games, PyeongChang KOR 2018

3rd
- Super G - Winter Paralympic Games, PyeongChang KOR 2018

2nd
- Giant Slalom - World Para Alpine Championships, Panorama CAN 2015 (Millie Knight)

3rd
- Slalom - World Para Alpine Championships, Panorama CAN 2015 (Millie Knight)

3rd
- Giant Slalom - World Para Alpine Championships, Tarvisio ITA 2017

Overall Globe
- 2015/16 World Cup season

Jen is Menna Fitzpatrick's sighted guide.  She started skiing when she was nine after her family moved to Switzerland and her school ran an annual ski camp to the Alps.  Jen started her ski racing career in the Army when she was 25.  Her first experience of guiding was in 2013, when she worked with fellow PyeongChang 2018 teammate Millie Knight.  Jen tore her ACL prior to Sochi and was therefore unable to guide Millie at the Games.

A currently serving Officer in the Royal Engineers, Jen is fully supported by the Army to train as a full-time athlete and guide for Menna – 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 Champions500hips.  Their ethos is never to give up, to work hard and most importantly, to have fun!

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.  They have their sights firmly set on Beijing 2022.