Countdown to Pyeongchang Paralympic Winter Games








I have been skiing since the age of 6 and have loved every minute of it. I was invited on to the British Disabled ski Team, Development Squad in 2011 and started racing in November 2012 with my Mum as my guide.

Since then things have changed a lot and I now have  team of coaches and physiotherapists and managers who are all helping me to reach my goals.

I have competed in the British Championships as well as the World Championships, but really it is all preparation for the Winter Paralympics.

I was lucky enough to go to The Sochi Paralympics in 2014 and compete for Great Britain in The slalom and Giant Slalom, where I came 5th in both. I also carried the flag at the opening ceremony.

Sochi was a fantastic rehearsal for theSouth Korea Games in 2018. I will be older, stronger and much wiser and will have worked with a superb guide. These next games were always my ultimate goal

Keep up with Millie!

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I’m back on snow!

So, the end of 2016/17 race season has been and gone. My A’levels and school life have come to an end – I’m now a full-time athlete for the 2017/18 season and for the Winter Paralympics next March (If we are selected).

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Concussion, revision and baby Isaac

A quick update on what has been going on over the last couple of months since the British Champs in March/April.
I have been trying to catch up with school work but even now this seems to be really difficult.

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My Achievements

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“Thank you to everyone who has helped me with my passion/obsession for skiing. Here’s to the 2018 Winter Paralympics, South Korea… I promise to work hard and enjoy every minute of it!”
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Meet the team

Find out more about all the people behind the scenes that keep me skiing

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