"Unfortunately I had a crash in training on Friday and dislocated my elbow", the two time Olympian and NSWIS scholarship athlete said on her Facebook Page.
"I am scheduled to see a specialist on Monday to review my re-location and assess the area further, providing us with more insight into my rehab and a timeline to get back racing."
"Thank you to the Val Thorens Medical team who looked after me so well and to my superstar physio Benny Pagett who has overseen the whole thing, providing me with great care and all the right information."
"Team work makes the dream work and I cant wait to get back in the start gate soon."
"Thank you for the messages of support in this crazy week of highs and lows."
Kennedy-Sim's teammate Doug Crawford was the only Australian to compete in Val Thorens, finishing in 33rd place in the first event, and 43rd in the second event.
The ski cross World Cup tour is currently scheduled to resume in Montafon, Austria, on January 15.