|Born||17 July 1997|
Harrell became successful in her career at a young age, she was arguably one of the best mogul skiers in the nation being ranked top five in the U.S. for dual moguls.  She competed for US at the FIS Freestyle Junior World Ski Championships in 2013, 2016 and 2017. At the Junior Worlds in Valmalenco, Italy Kaitlyn won a silver and a bronze medal.
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- "Kaitlyn HARRELL - Olympic - United States of America". 26 June 2016.
- "HARRELL Kaitlyn - Biographie". data.fis-ski.com.
- "Kaitlyn Harrell". U.S. Ski & Snowboard.
- "Harrell, Team Breck have big weeks in Steamboat".
- "Vail's Harrell places third at U.S. Selections - VailDaily.com". www.vaildaily.com.
- "Breck's Harrell shocks field in Telluride comp".
- "United States Receives Top Honors at FIS Freestyle Junior World Championships".
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