Jennifer Heil / freestyle skier

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Jennifer Heil

Jennifer Heil is an Olympic athlete and she is an amazing skier. She was born on April 11 1983 , Jennifer Heil is 30 years old right now , she is 162 cm tall , her birth area is Edmonton , Alberta and her birth sign is arise .

Olympic ceremony on tv !

Friday, Feb. 7th, 10pm

Sochi , Russia

Jennifer Heils childhood

Jennifer Heil was a novice skier at 2 years old , competitive swimmer at age nine , and national freestyle ski champion at age 16 . By age 17 her 5 foot 3 inch frame had taken such a beating from the moguls and freestyle ski landing that she could hardly walk on her ski boots .

Jennifer Heils Family

Jennifer heil is the daughter of Randy [ mom ] and Heather [ dad ] and she has an older sister named Amie .

Jennifer heils careers

Her careers are being an Olympic athlete and she is a community service activist .

Jennifer Heils achievements

Jennifer Heil got a gold medal in Deer valley , Inawashiro and Madonna Di Campiglo and silver on Inawashiro .

Jennifer Heils goals

Her goal was to become an Olympic athlete to raise money for because i am a girl

Jennifer Heil / interesting facts

Jennifer Heil is an Olympic athlete and a community service activist . She has won gold and silver medals in skiing . She is a four time world champion and five overall world cup champion . Jennifer Heil has donated $25,000 dollars to because i'm a girl .

Jennifer Heils training

In preparation for the 2006 Olympics in Torino, Heil underwent a vigorous and innovative training program that combined conditioning, mental toughness, and nutrition, and was overseen by a number of professionals including sports psychologists, therapists, and nutritionists. On the day of the race, Heil was the last skier down the hill, executing a 360-degree spin and a back flip, resulting in a score of 26.50. She placed ahead of Kari Traa of Norway, the 2002 Olympic champion, by 0.85 points.

Heil won four World Cup mogul titles (2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007), one World Cup overall championship (2007), and two World Championship titles (2005 and 2007) leading into the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Though she took much of 2008 off to deal with injuries, she had a successful season in 2009, winning silver in the single moguls at the world championships. At the 2010 Games in Vancouver, Heil repeated her stellar performance but was edged out slightly by US skier Hannah Kearney, who won gold with her score of 26.63 points. Heil won the silver medal with 25.69 points. Shortly after the Olympics, Heil won her fifth title in moguls on the World Cup circuit. In 2011, Heil won her third world championship title in dual moguls, as well as her first world championship title in single moguls. She retired from competitive skiing the same year, and resumed her business studies at McGill University in Montréal .

Jennifer Heils challenge

That challenge with the money going to Plan Canada’s Because I am a Girl campaign, began after Heil won her silver in Vancouver. She pledged $25,000 out of her own pocket, and announced she would aim for $1-million.
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