Kaitlyn Eaton is a young woman who competed in the 2020 Paralympics in wheelchair basketball. She was born with sacral agenesis, which means she was born without a sacrum, rendering her wheelchair-bound. Kaitlyn was unable to walk from the moment she was born. However, she learned how to play basketball and soon was a significant part of her high school team. However, during high school, Kaitlyn started to play basketball. This superstar played with the TIRR Memorial Hermann Junior Houston Hotwheels for two years until 2012.
She competed in 2019 during the Parapan American Games in their own wheelchair basketball tournament, earning a silver medal for the team. Kaitlyn participated in the 2020 Paralympics the following year and is currently a one-time Paralympian. Plus, Kaitlyn Eaton helped the team get gold during the basketball event. Kaitlyn hopes to compete again, and when she’s not playing basketball, she’s binging Netflix with friends.