Caitlin Kinder Cahow is known as Caitlin Cahow, who is a former American ice hockey player and member of the United States women’s national ice hockey team. She retired in 2013. Currently, she works as an attorney at Jones Day law firm.
Caitlin Cahow was born on May 20, 1985, in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S. She holds the American nationality, however, her ethnicity is unknown.
Talking about her parents, her Father’s name is Elton who was a surgeon and her mother, Barbara Kinder is a professor of surgery at Yale University. Her father Elton passed away due to cancer.
As per her siblings, she has a brother named Peter Carruthers who is a former American pair ice skater who is the 1984 Olympic Silver medalists, the 1982 World Bronze medalists, and four-time United States National champions from 1981 to 1984.
Similarly, her parents adopted one child when she was around 8 years old. Her adopted sister’s name is Caitlin A knowns as Kitty Carruthers. She is also a former American pair skater.
Caitlin went to Foote School. In 2008, She graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor’s degree in social/biological anthropology.
She has a height of 5 feet and 4 inches. The information regarding her full body measurements is under review.
The current relationship status of Caitlin is single. She revealed that she is Lesbian by her sexuality in an interview with Go! Athletes in November 2013.
She is active on Twitter where she holds more than 2k followers.
In 2003, while studying at Harvard University, Cahow played from forward to defenseman as a freshman on the hockey team. she also received the Joe Bertagna Award for the most improved player as a sophomore.
She also played for the U.S. women’s hockey team and won a bronze medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics and the gold medal at the 2008 International Ice Hockey Federation World Women’s Championship. Similarly, she also won the USA Hockey Bob Allen Women’s Player of the Year Award.
After graduating, she joined the Minnesota Whitecaps of the Western Women’s Hockey League for the 2008-09 season.
Moreover, she also played for the Boston Blades. In 2012, she suffered a pair of concussions that took a tremendous emotional and physical toll while playing in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL). She returned to the ice the following season and helped the Blades become the first American team to win the league championship and took retirements in 2013.
Currently, she is working at Jonesday Firm as a Business Lawer.
She has an estimated net worth of around $600,000 as of 2020.