Sarah Hendrickson

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Sarah Hendrickson
Sarah Hendrickson Hinterzarten12012013.jpg
Personal information
Full name Sarah Catherine Hendrickson[1]
Born (1994-08-01) August 1, 1994 (age 19)
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Professional information
Club Park City Nordic Ski Club
Personal best 126 m (Park City)
World Cup
Seasons 2011–
Wins 13
Additional podiums 9
Total podiums 22
Updated on 20 March 2013.
Hendrickson at the Ladies World Cup Ski Jumping competition in Hinterzarten, 2013.
Hendrickson at the World Cup in Hinterzarten, 2013.

Sarah Catherine Hendrickson (born August 1, 1994) is an American ski jumper, 2013 World Champion and a member of the Visa Team. Hendrickson was born in Salt Lake City, UT. She attended Park City High School until 2011 when she began competing in World Cup competitions for Ski Jumping, at which time she moved to The Winter Sports School in Park City, where she graduated in November 2012.

Sarah Hendrickson took 1st place on December 3, 2011 in Lillehammer and won her first World Cup ski jumping overall in season 2011/12. She has 13 World Cup wins in total. She also has two individual victories from the Continental Cup in Zakopane and Bischofsgrün.

It was announced on January 22, 2014 that Hendrickson was one of three women to make the U.S. Olympic ski jumping team competing at the 2014 Winter Olympics.[2] Hendrickson was the first woman ever to jump in the women's ski jumping event in the Olympic Games. [3]

Injury[edit]

On August 21, 2013, Sarah Hendrickson suffered a knee ligament damage in Oberstdorf.[4] Hendrickson is the last of five top female jumpers who, within a few months, had a bad fall and had to rest forcedly for a long recovery period, thus putting their good chances at the Olympic Games in Sochi at risk.

World Cup victories[edit]

Season Date Location Hill
2011–12 Dec 03, 2011 Norway Lillehammer HS100
Jan 08, 2012 Germany Hinterzarten HS108
Jan 14, 2012 Italy Val di Fiemme HS106
Jan 15, 2012 HS106
Feb 11, 2012 Slovenia Ljubno HS95
Feb 12, 2012 HS95
Mar 03, 2012 Japan Zaō HS100
Mar 04, 2012 HS100
Mar 09, 2012 Norway Oslo HS106
2012–13 Dec 08, 2012 Russia Sochi HS106
Jan 12, 2013 Germany Hinterzarten HS108
Mar 15, 2013 Norway Trondheim HS105
Mar 17, 2013 Norway Oslo HS134

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