Events: Epee and Foil
Disability Category: B
Current Residence: Johnston, S.C.
Weight: 150 lbs.
Education: Bachelor's degree in religion and psychology from Presbyterian College
Occupation: Facility Manager at Maplewood Farm and Bridlewood Farm, Breeding Director at Magnolia Sport Horses
Club: Shepherd Swords
Coaches: Mickey Zeljkovic and Rudy Volkmann
Favorite Fencing Memory: Winning double top eights in Kyoto in 2018
Current U.S. Ranking: No. 1 (Foil), No. 1 (Epee)
Current Paralympic Qualifying Ranking: No. 12 (Category B Epee), No. 13 (Category B Foil)
Wheelchair World Championship Teams: 2019, 2017, 2015, 2013
Personal: A former competitive equestrian, Geddes broke her back in a car accident in 2011 and suffered a complete spinal cord injury at T10. While rehabbing at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Geddes met National Team member Dennis Aspy who she says "offered me a weapon and a chance to stab people." Within a year, Geddes had qualified for her first Wheelchair World Championship Team and in 2014 she won her first medal on the World Cup circuit in Montreal. Geddes, who is training for the 2020 Paralympic Games, says she has "always been an athlete, and I enjoy pushing myself to be better and progressing in everything I do."