Kehri broke the start time record during her first World Cup race.
World Champion Bobsled Pusher. Kehri graduated from Baylor University at the age of 20, where she was earned academic and athletic honors. She subsequently earned a Master’s of Science in exercise Physiology the following year. All Big-12 academic student athlete Kehri Jones became interested in the Bobsled after recruitment by Olympian Elana Meyers Taylor. After a year of hard work, her two-person team won the gold medal at the IBSF World Championships in 2017, where Kehri broke the start time record during her first World Cup race.
Kehri devoted two years of her life to TEAM USA for her Olympic Dream, getting paid hardly minimum wage for her efforts. She was sadly disappointed not to be selected on the 2018 Team. Kehri wants every American to have a fair chance to represent the USA while getting the support they deserve.