Sami Kennedy-Sim captures first World Cup medal

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Sami Kennedy-Sim captures first World Cup medal

Ski Cross athlete Sami Kennedy-Sim has broken through for the first podium performance of her career, claiming silver in the first of two World Cup events in Idre Fjall, Sweden.

The exciting result makes Kennedy-Sim just the third Australian Ski Cross athlete to win a World Cup medal, joining former teammates Jenny Owens, Scott Kneller and current teammate Anton Grimus as the only Australian’s to achieve the significant milestone.



After qualifying strongly in third position, Kennedy-Sim raced well in the head-to-head finals, finishing in second place in the quarter-final, semi-final and medal final round for the silver.

Reflecting on her first World Cup podium, Kennedy-Sim commented after the race.

“Today has been an awesome day, this has been my first podium.”

“Usually my starts are my strength but on this track that is not the case. I skied the fast and technical track really well and the feeling of all the hard work that I have put in and that my support team have put in is fantastic!”

“Now that I have this under my belt I am so ready to repeat it.”

Courtesy of Olympic Winter Institute of Australia



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