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- Let's start with the glaringly obvious. Her guide is Caroline Powell, not Catherine Powell. Change the first instance in the lead, link it, and remove the bold, and unlink the second instance.
- Put her full name and birth date in "Personal". The body and text should be able to stand separate.
- Link Caroline Powell here too
- Since you mention that she was inspired by the 2012 Summer Olympics, you might also mention that She carried the Olympic torch through Lincoln as part of the torch relay for the 2012 Olympic Games in London from source 2
- She describes her sight as "very blurry with little focus" suggest vision instead of sight
- Can you incorporate this from source 6? Jade was born with glaucoma and the genetic eye condition Axenfeld syndrome, which she inherited from her mother Amber, who is blind. This information is in the categories but not the article.
- I'd include this as well: Andrew, then a London stockbroker, and Amber, who worked for Braintree District Council. They lived in The Causeway, Maldon, before moving to Lincolnshire, when Jade was seven. This information is also in the categories but not the article.
- Her original success at Europa cup and IPC alpine skiing events Can you spell out International Paralympic Committee (IPC) in full? Not everybody is familiar with the abbreviation.
- Molina should be La Molina in both the text and the info box.
- Etherington and Powell began skiing together in August 2013, and the pair qualified for the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Molina, representing Great Britain. At Molina Etherington came fourth in the women's slalom and medaled in the women's Super-G, taking bronze. Aaargh no. As detailed in Source 6, Jade skiied in LaMolina with John Clarke, Heather Mills's coach. La Molina was in March 2013. Jade started skiing with Powell in August 2013.
- despite rupturing her ovarian cyst Suggest "an ovarian cyst" Not everybody has one.
- I took the liberty of cropping the pic.
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