Kearney ’15 returns to Dartmouth, By Brett Drucker, The Dartmouth Staff
“The start of Spring term [at Dartmouth College] has brought one of the most interesting members of the Class of 2015 back to campus. Hannah Kearney ’15 is just like most freshmen at the College, impressively motivated, worrying about the transition to college-level work and working to find a subject that would make for an interesting major. However, there are a few significant differences between her story and the stories of most other freshmen.
“Kearney is 26 years old, living at home across the Connecticut River in Norwich, Vt. She is also an Olympic gold medalist, having won the women’s moguls competition at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games. Earlier this year, Kearney set an all-discipline record for collecting 16 consecutive FIS World Cup victories, a streak that began in the beginning of 2011. Kearney joins a long list of members of the Dartmouth community who have been avid participants in winter sports and is considered one of the best competitors in her sport ever.”