BMX / Mountain Biker
Jill Kintner is one of the most dominant female cyclists in the world—and in multiple disciplines, too. She’s won every possible title in 4X mountain biking and every major title in BMX.
Kintner began racing BMX at the age of eight, turned pro at age 16, went into pro mountain bike racing in 2002 at the age of 21, and now competes in both sports internationally.
After a five-year focus on mountain biking, Kintner returned to BMX to attempt to qualify for the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team. She unfortunately tore her meniscus at the Olympic qualifier, but recovered strong and was the only woman representing the United States as part of the Olympic BMX team in 2008.
- 2013, Sea Otter, Slalom Champion
- 2013, Sea Otter, Downhill Champion
- 2012, Sea Otter, Downhill Champion
- 2012, Ultimate Pumptrack Challenge, 1st Place
- 2012, Sea Otter, Slalom Champion
- 2011, USA National DH & Slalom Champion
- 2011, US Open, DH & Slalom Champion
- 2011, Crankworx Slalom, Giant Slalom and Pumptrack Champion
- 2011, USA National Downhill Champion
- 1989-2002, 2007-2008 Australian Series Champion BMX
- 70+ BMX Career Wins
- 2002, US National Champion PRO
- 2002, ABA World Champion PRO
- 1997, UCI World Champion
Special Awards and Accolades
- Four consecutive National Team Championship titles ’98-’01
- Three-time UCI World Champion
- 13 World Cup victories