Kendall Gretsch H2
- United States
- Born: 1992
USA’s triathlon PT1 world champion Kendall Gretsch works full-time for Epic Systems in Madison, Wisconsin, all while finding time to compete full-time in para-triathlon, where she holds the back-to-back World Championship titles in the women’s PT1 sport class.
Born with spina bifida, a birth defect that affects the spinal cord, Kendall spent much of her time involved in sports that would eventually led her to paratriathlon.
Kendall was nominated for a 2015 Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Award (ESPY) awards for Best Female Athlete with a Disability. Although she did not win, the honour of being nominated was a surreal moment.
- Winner of the 2017 USA Paratriathlon National Championships;
- Winner of the 2016 Rotterdam ITU Paratriathlon World Championships;
- Winner of the 2016 Sarasota CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships;
- Winner of the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Chicago; and
- Winner of the 2015 Detroit ITU World Paratriathlon Event.
Latest Athlete Results
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Latest Results Map
Paratriathletes competed at a stand-alone World Championships on Sunday in Rotterdam, with Americans Allysa Seely, Kendall Gretsch and Aaron Scheidies headlined the day as they repeated…24 Jul, 2016
Two-time World Champion Kendall Gretsch proves that balance is key after printing a 3-D arm all while training as a full-time paratriathlete20 Nov, 2015
This weekend, paratriathlon heads stateside to Michigan, USA for the 2015 Detroit ITU World Paratriathlon Event, in which contenders will have another chance to earn Paralympic qualifying points.13 Aug, 2015
Athlete Fact Sheet
|Family Name||Gretsch H2|
|Year of Birth||1992|