Chemmy Mary Alcott recently retired from professional skiing and remains Britain’s greatest all time skier. She was Britain’s Number One skier for a record seven years. She was the Senior British National Champion 5 times, competed in 4 Winter Olympics and six FIS World Championships.
Chemmy competed in Alpine Ski Racing in all disciplines, specifically – downhill, super G, giant slalom, slalom and combined.
She is now involved with promoting skiing, ski fitness and charity work. You’ll see her on TV, social media and via the British Ski Club.
In Chemmy’s own words:
I’ve been 3 times Olympian
I’ve been a part of the British ski team for 13 years
I’ve been using many balance trainers for over 10 years
[CoolBoard] is by far the best [balance trainer].
[CoolBoard] is the most ski specific and fantastic preparation for skiing.
We [the British ski Team] use CoolBoard regularly.
Skiing Honours and Achievements
2009: Best ever World Championship finish: 15th place in Downhill
2008: 10th place in the World Giant Slalom event in Soelden, Austria
2007: The first British female skier to reach the World Cup finals
2006: Voted Snow sport GB Olympic Athlete of the Year
2006: 11th place in Winter Olympics Downhill event in Turin
2006: Best ever World Cup finish: 7th in the Super Combined
2004: First World Cup Downhill top 10 finish: 9th
Six-time British National Champion
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