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Connecticut native Kiley McKinnon has only been competing in aerials for a few years, but she has already racked up an impressive list of accomplishments. Winter 2014 was a recovery year for McKinnon after she suffered a shoulder injury halfway through the season. But McKinnon came back in 2015 better than ever, scoring her first world cup podium at the season opener in Beijing. She never looked back, landing on the podium four more times and jumping to a silver medal at the 2015 FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships. McKinnon's consistent jumping allowed her to take home the World Cup overall title at the end of the season. She captured a handful of top-10 finished during teh 2016 season, including another podium in Beijing.

McKinnon first learned how to ski when she was around three years old. “About two years ago, a friend from my town, who also does aerials, told me I should try it out,” says McKinnon. “I went to Lake Placid, NY, to see what it was about and right away I knew it was what I wanted to do. Since then I’ve been training everyday and working hard to get to the point I am at today.”

Away from the slopes, McKinnon enjoys hanging out with friends and going to the beach. She also enjoys exercising and just relaxing at home.



Teams: 2013, 2015
2nd, AE, Kreischberg, AUT, 2015
14th, AE, Voss, Norway, 2013

3rd, AE, Beijing, CHN, 2015
4th, AE, Moscow, RUS, 2016
5th, AE, Minsk, BEL, 2016
8th, AE, Deer Valley, USA, 2016
2nd, AE, Minsk, BEL, 2015
3rd, AE, Moscow, RUS, 2015
2nd, AE, Deer Valley, USA, 2015
2rd, AE, Beijing, CHN, 2014
3rd, AE, Beijing, CHN, 2014
Overall aerial World Cup winner, 2015

3rd, AE, FIS Junior World Championships, Valmalenco, ITA, 2012
NorAm Aerials overall champion (five wins), 2012

2nd, AE, U.S. Championships, 2012