wc_msa_practice-5357In just eight short years, Kona Gravity rider Tegan Molloy has grown from a 12-year-old hitting small club downhill races in her hometown of Jindabyne, New South Wales, Austraila, to one of the fastest women in the sport, attacking some of the steepest, technical and most rugged downhill tracks on the planet. After being first exposed to the sport of DH while spending time with her father at Thredbo, the alpine resort where he works, she quickly climbed the Aussie ranks, attending her first World Champs for Australia in 2013. In 2014, wearing green and gold, she earned Junior Women’s rainbow stripes in Hafjell, Norway on what is now her favourite World Cup track.wc_msa_finals-8252

Join us as we get to know the 20-year-old Tegan a little bit better in this insightful and inspirational video.

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