Clare Lines from Worcestershire has returned from the World Winter Games in South Korea a double bronze medallist.
Clare Lines, a Special Olympic skier from Redditch, travels to South Korea today (January 25) to take part in the Winter Games.
Around 200 athletes from across the West Midlands are competing at the Northwood Stadium as part of a Special Olympics Athletics Competition
Clare Lines, a Special Olympic skier from Redditch, is flying out to South Korea today with the rest of the skiing team to compete in the Special Olympics Winter Games.
They're waiting at the airport before their 11-hour flight to the country.
A Special Olympic skier from Redditch will meet the South Korean ambassador in London today.
Team GB head out to the country this weekend for the Special Olympics World Winter Games. Clare Lines has been training hard in preparation.
The London 2012 Paralympics were a stunning success over the summer, but now it's the turn of our disabled winter athletes to take centre-stage.
Two women from the Midlands are preparing to fly the flag for Team GB - Paralympian Anna Turney, and skier Clare Lines who's off to the Special Olympics for athletes with learning disabities.
Harry Pointon, coach of the North Staffordshire Special Olympics Athletics team, speaks to ITV News about the spirit of the event.
Around 200 athletes from across the West Midlands took part in the event at Northwood Stadium.