Mollie Jepsen

Mollie Jepsen

Para-Alpine Athlete

Photo Caption Luc Percival

Mollie Jepsen
About Mollie
Location September 17, 1999
Location West Vancouver, B.C.
Club Whistler Mountain Ski Club
Year Team Member Since 2017
Social Media

World Cup Ranking

#18th - Slalom 2022
#2nd - Giant Slalom 2022
#1st - Super-G 2022
#3rd - Downhill 2022

Medal Highlights

1st Giant Slalom- IPC World Cup St. Moritz, SUI (2022)
Gold Downhill - Paralympic Winter Games Beijing, CHN (2022)
2nd - Super-G - IPC World Championships (2021)
3rd - Gaint Slalom - IPC World Championships (2021)
3rd - Downhill - IPC World Championships (2021)
Gold Super Combined - Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang, KOR (2018)
Silver Slalom - Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang, KOR (2018)
Bronze Giant Slalom - Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang, KOR (2018)
Bronze Downhill - Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang, KOR (2018)
IPC Crystal Globe Super-G Champion (2018)

West Vancouver B.C.’s Mollie Jepsen was an all-star skier in her age group with the Whistler Mountain Ski Club.  After joining the team at just 15, she carried her success to the Para-Alpine World Cup and the Paralympics after a successful season on the Europa Cup circuit. However, a trio of medals at the 2018 World Championships vaulted her into the sport’s elite and qualified her for her first Paralympic Games. She reached the podium four times at PyeonChang 2018, winning gold in the super-combined, silver in slalom and bronze in the downhill and super-G.

She continued to thrive at Beijing 2022, upgrading her 2018 bronze to gold in the downhill and silver in giant slalom, earning herself the role of Team Canada’s flag bearer in the closing ceremonies for the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games. Through competition in 2021-22 outside the Paralympic Games, Mollie reached the podium each time.

In 2022-23, she opted out of the World Championships to focus on her education. Having battled injuries and illness throughout her young career, the 24-year-old enters the 2023-24 season recovering from knee surgery but will look to rekindle her dominant form when she hits the slopes again.


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