Major Achievements

jessica achievments2011: Named Disabled Swimmer of the Year by Swimming World magazine
2011: Six gold medals - Can-Am Open Swimming Championship, La Mirada, California
2011: Nine gold medals, four world records - Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships, Edmonton, Canada
2010: Seven gold medals, two silver medals, two world records - Swimming World Championships, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
2010: Six gold medals – Can-Am National Championships, San Antonio, Texas
2009: Four gold medals, four silver medals, four world records - Swimming World Championships 25m, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2008: Four gold medals, silver medal, bronze medal, three world records - Paralympic Games, Beijing, China
2008: Recipient of Juan Antonio Samaranch IOC Disabled Athlete Award
2007: Selected as USA Swimming's Disability Swimmer of the Year (Trischa L. Zorn Award)
2007: Recipient of the ESPN Best Female Athlete with a Disability ESPY Award
2007: Named winner of 77th AAU James E. Sullivan Award
2006: Second place Rock Climbing, Speed Climbing – Extremity Games
2006: Named U.S. Olympic Committee Paralympian of the Year
2006: Named Disabled Swimmer of the Year by Swimming World magazine
2006: Nine gold medals, five world records – Swimming World Championships, Durban, South Africa
2006: Five gold medals, silver medal, four world records – Can-Am Championships, London, Ontario, Canada
2005: Five gold medals, bronze medal, two world records, and named Swimmer of the Meet – 2005 U.S. Paralympics Open Swimming Championships, Minneapolis, Minnesota
2004: Three gold medals - Paralympic Games, Athens, Greece

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