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Both of Brett Wild’s parents are ski instructors and he started skiing at the age of three while on a family holiday.
A submariner for the Royal Navy, Brett raced for the Scottish junior development squad between the ages of 15-17 and has represented both the Navy and Combined Services teams.
Brett began guiding Millie Knight after a three-day trial in Austria and the pair made their debut together at the World Cup Finals in Aspen in March 2016, where they won the super-G and downhill events as well as finishing third in the giant slalom.
In 2017 the pair claimed an historic downhill victory at the World Championships as well as securing the World Cup title for the same discipline for the 2016⁄2017 season.
At the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games Millie and Brett won silver medals in downhill and super-G as well as a bronze medal in the slalom on the final day of action.
2018 PyeongChang Paralympic Winter Games
- Downhill: Silver
- Super-G: Silver
- Slalom: Bronze
2017 World Championships, Tarvisio, Italy
- Downhill: Gold
- Super combined: Silver
- Giant slalom: Silver
- Slalom: Silver
Joint the ParalympicsGB movement
The ParalympicsGB movement
18 March 2018
A golden finish for Fitzpatrick and Kehoe
16 March 2018
PyeongChang 2018: Meenagh and Whitley bow out with impressive performances
14 March 2018
Giant slalom silver makes it three for Fitzpatrick and Kehoe
11 March 2018
PyeongChang 2018: Knight and Wild double up while Fitzpatrick and Kehoe bounce back in style
11 March 2018
Double delight as ParalympicsGB take super-G silver and bronze
10 March 2018
Flying start as Knight and Wild take downhill silver
9 March 2018