He has appeared in 9 individual events in the MarbleLympics, earning two medals and a total of 81 points, the most of his team. For the 2019 MarbleLympics he was named the Captain of the O'rangers, and led them to a sixth place finish.
After a shaky start to the competition which saw his team finish in the bottom half of the first two events, the O'rangers recovered to earn six top-five finishes over the course of the competition.
Easily the team's highlight of the 2016 MarbleLympics came in Event Five, the Long Jump. Kinnowin was given the nod to compete for his team and won his first individual start in convincing fashon. His result of 103.8 centimeters was 10 cm better than the previous MarbleLympics record and 6.2 cm better than the silver medallist, the Thunderbolts' Bolta. Kinnowin's gold medal was his team's first podium finish in MarbleLympics history.
Before the MarbleLympics Finale, Hurdles, the O'rangers still had a slight chance at the championship. Kinnowin was given the opportunity at another solo medal following his Long Jump triumph, but he could not manage to advance to the final, as he lost his heat to Speed from Savage Speeders, the eventual event champion. In the consolation race he came 3rd, behind Sublime from Limers and Snowy from Snowballs, earning one point, and clinching 5th place overall for the O'rangers.
|Relay Race||All||25.09 sec||14||1|
|Long Jump||Kinnowin||103.8 cm(MR)||1||10|
Kinnowin participated in the 1st event of MarbleLympics 2017, placing 7th in the Funnel Spinning. He again participated in all team events for the O'rangers, including the Block Pushing, where the team won their second ever gold medal. In Event 11, the Underwater Race, Kinnowin was given another chance at a solo event after a disappointing performance in Funnel Spinning. He won his heat comfortably and set a new MarbleLympics Record with a time of 13.12 seconds in the semifinal. However, he didn't quite have the same spark in the final, earning a silver medal behind Wospy of Midnight Wisps. The medal was the second of Kinnowin's career and moved the team into second place in the MarbleLympics standings.
In the final event, Kinnowin's teammate Clementin took home another silver medal which lifted them over the defending champion Savage Speeders and gave the O'rangers their first ever MarbleLympics title.
|Funnel Spinning||Kinnowin||1:19.08 min||7||9|
|Fidget Spinner Collision||All||----||7||9|
|Relay Race||All||12.42 sec||14||2|
|Block Pushing||All||82.6 cm||1||25|
|Underwater Race||Kinnowin||13.34 sec||2||20|
2018 MarbleLympics Edit
For the second year in a row, Kinnowin was selected to compete individually to open the MarbleLympics for the O'rangers. This time, in the 5-Meter Ice Dash, Kinnowin won his heat comfortably before being eliminated in the semifinal, finishing in 6th place to open the team's title defense.
After a series of consistent results kept the team in play, including top-four finishes in both Curling and Biathalon, Kinnowin was given the chance to run the Sand Mogul Race, the final event of the 2018 MarbleLympics. Going into the event the O'rangers sat in third place in the overall standings, just four points behind the frontrunning Oceanics. Kinnowin, however, could only manage an 11th place finish in the Sand Mogul Race, which saw the O'rangers fall to 4th place in the standings.
|5-Meter Ice Dash||Kinnowin||5.18 sec.||6||10|
|Team Pursuit||All||31.69 sec.||7||9|
|Sand Mogul Race||Kinnowin||6.45 sec.||11||5|
2019 MarbleLympics Edit
Before the 2019 MarbleLympics, Kinnowin was revealed as the Captain of the O'rangers squad. Perhaps as tribute to his captaincy, he competed individually in three events, including the opening and closing games of the tournament. His first event was a difficult one, as he finished 14th out of 16 competitors in the Underwater Race, an event in which he holds the MarbleLympics Record.
After five events the O'rangers were floundering. They sat in 14th place with just one result in the top half of the scores. (Orangin's 8th place finish in the 5-Meter Sprint) Suddenly, the O'rangers came out of nowhere to earn the silver medal in the 5-Meter Relay which was the first of four straight top-five finishes. In the middle of this run came Kinnowin's 4th place finish in the Hurdles event.
Another slide followed, but the O'rangers worked together to finish the MarbleLympics strong. The team banded together to win gold in the Collision tournament, squeaking by the Balls of Chaos 3-2 in the final. Kinnowin closed the tournament with a respectable 4th place finish in the Sand Rally, and the O'rangers closed their most up-and-down MarbleLympics with a 6th place overall finish.