Kenzie Priddell

Full Name Kenzie Priddell
Nation Canada
Birthdate July 8, 1997
Status Active
Social Media Instagram
Career Highlights

Reserve to the 2020 Olympic team… Bronze medalist at the 2023 Pan American Games… Competed at the 2019, 2022 and 2023 World Championships.

2023: Won bronze in team at the Pan American Games… Placed sixth in acrobatic team, 14th in technical team and 18th in technical duet at the World Championships… Competed in three World Cups – Markham, Montpellier and Oviedo (1S, 1B).

2022: Finished seventh in highlight and eighth in technical team at the World Championships…  Competed in three World Series (virtual #1 & 3, and French Open) in the technical team, free team and highlight events throughout the season.

2021: Selected as reserve for the Olympic team… Competed as part of the highlight routine at the virtual World Series #4 and the Super Final… Served as reserve to the team routines there.

2020Did not compete internationally due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Served as alternate to the free team and highlight routines at the FINA World Championships… Competed in the highlight event at the Quebec City world series stop, and served as alternate for the Super Final in Budapest.

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