A professional mountain cross racer and mid-school Bicycle Motocross (BMX) rider Jill Kintner was born on 24th of October 1981 in Burien, Washington of U.S.A. Jill began riding at an early age of 7 years in 1989 when she became nine a bike company sponsored her for the first time. Her professional career began at the age of 14 years and she has won many championships including National American Bicycle Association and Great Northwest Nationals in summer. The years she remained most active was 1995 to 2008 in BMX and 2004-2009 in Mountain cross. In 2004 she retired from BMX and shifted to become a full-time mountain cross rider, 2010 onwards Jill is busy with downhill mountain biking. Jill is a hat trick hitter in winning Women’s 4 cross world championship as she won it for three consecutive years – 2005, 2006 and 2007.
Jill’s bio includes a lot of achievements and medals as her father was an owner of BMX track, so she got to practice in quite a sufficient manner. In her BMX career, she has nearly grabbed 70 wins, she is one of the best riders the world has seen. In 2004 she switched towards full-time mountain bike racing and remained there until 2007. In 2006 she met a former BMX and mountain bike racer Mike King, the director of USA cycling, who urged Jill to return back to her previous career. In world cup of 2008, Jill won a Bronze medal and she trained others for Olympics of 2012.The titles where she claimed her name are 2 in 8 years girls racing they are- 1990 8 Girls’ Gold Cup West Champions and 1990 8 Girls Race of Champions. Again 2 in 9 years girls racing group which includes 1991 Girls’ Gold Cup West Champions and 1991 Girl’s US Open West Champions. 3 more she got in 12 years age group which was Girls’ Gold Cup West Champions, Girl’s US Open West Champions and Girl’s Washington US State Champion. Internationally too Jill has received medals in many competitions like 1997 16 Girls World Challenge Champion (winner) and 1998 Junior Women World Champion in the latter one she got Bronze one. 2002 became the year of achievement for her as she earned four medals which are 2002 Pro Girl National No.1, 2002 Pro Girls World Champion, 2002 Pro Girl National No.3, and 2002 Pro Girls race of Champions. Her mountain biking career also contains numerous awards including 1 bronze, 1 silver and 3 gold medals Women’s 4-cross World champion.
The world champion has got a lot of career striking victories which make her a rich and successful lady. She lives a high-profile, sophisticated and well-to-do life through which we can guess that her earnings are in good amounts. But any information about her earnings is not available. Her net worth is also not discussed publicly as she loves to keep private life away from public attention. Jill has a happy and happening life, she seems to be very satisfied with her earnings.
Is Jill Kintner married? Who is her husband?
Jill Kintner is married to Bryn Atkinson who is an Australian professional mountain biker. Bryn was born on 9th December 1982 and he too began his career at the age of 14 years. The 35 years old cyclist and her husband are living chilled and calm life in a company of each other. Bryn supports his wife a lot and as both of them are in the same profession they can guide each other too. He has also won a lot of awards including Australian national championships and several others