James is one of only 4 British Paralympians to medal in Alpine Skiing at the Games. He won bronze in the men’s downhill at the Lillehammer Paralympic Games in 1994. He now lives in Somerset.
Caroline was originally an Alpine Skiier for Great Britain at the Winter Paralympics, Albertville in 1992.
Having always been a keen sportsman, following a road traffic accident in 1980 where he lost his right leg above knee, the sight out of his left eye, and some movement of the left hand, he thouht his days of competing in sport were over.
While on a skiing trip in France, Russell broke two vertebrae in his back after the snow collapsed underneath his feet while walking across a bridge.
Tim finished 20th in slalom at the Vancouver Paralympic Winter Games in 2010.
Michael has spent more than 35 years as a Ski Teacher, racer and race coach.
Liz lost her leg in 1997 but didnt want it to stop her skiing - something she loved doing.
Jonthan started skiing at the age of 10 and fell in love with the sport.
Graham learnt to ski at the age of 16 in Harlow, Essex.
Sean crushed a vertebrae in his back due to an accident while skiing as a Physical Training Instructor with the Royal Air Force.
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This experience will live with me forever,i want to say a huge thankyou to every single person who has been behind us and got us this far!❤️