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Presenting one of our models: @jennabel91 for September 28th!
Jennifer Abel started diving at age 4 to follow in the footsteps of her older brother, Andy, who was a diver himself. She competed at her very first diving competition at age 6 and never looked back since then. In 2008, she surprised everyone by finishing second at the Olympic Trials and earning a spot on Team Canada. At 16, she became one of the youngest divers in Canadian history to represent the country at the Olympic Games and was the youngest member of the Canadian delegation in Beijing.
Four years later, Jennifer made history once again by winning an Olympic bronze medal alongside synchro partner and diving legend Emilie Heymans. With their bronze medal on 3m synchro, they became the first Canadians to win a medal at the 2012 Olympics in London.
Now three-time Olympian, eight-time World Championships medalist, Pan American Games and Commonwealth Games Champion, Jennifer Abel is widely recognized on the international scene. Renowned as one of the most powerful divers on the planet, Jennifer is one of the few female divers to compete the “double twist”, a dive typically only performed by the men.
In her spare time, Jennifer likes to go shopping, especially for shoes. During the weekends, she enjoys having brunch with her friends and family.