After an injury so serious many thought her career would be over - Britain's best downhill skier is competing again, with her sights set on next year's Winter Olympics. Two years ago Chemmy Alcott from Brighton suffered multiple breaks to her leg.
But, this weekend the 30 year old is competing at the world championships in Austria. Earlier in the week she finished 24th in the super-G event to earn valuable points for Olympic qualification. Sally Simmonds caught up with Chemmy before she headed off to the Alps.
Two skiers from Kent have been chosen to represent their country at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in South Korea in just over four months. Jane Andrews, 35, is from Tunbridge Wells. Wayne McCarthy, 31, lives in Biggin Hill.