The truth.

“I understand Jess Varnish saying she was thrown under the bus by British Cycling. I’ve been thrown under the bus and British Parasnowsport have driven the bus over me a few times. And UK Sport and the BAC have sat back and pretended that they can’t see it and that nothing’s going on.”


3 Weeks in New Zealand

If you follow me on any kind of social media, I’m sure you’ll know that I’ve been incredibly lucky to spend the last 3 weeks in New Zealand for the first Parasnowboard World Cup of the season. I wanted to go and race to figure out where I was at with snowboarding after 6 months… Continue reading 3 Weeks in New Zealand

A Long Overdue Update…

On October 16th I celebrated my one year “ampuversary”. At the time I was in Austria, on the Stubai glacier on a snowboard training camp. Mental. On returning back to the UK from working abroad over summer, I had roped a load of friends (and friends of friends) into doing a triathlon, Triforlife, at Woburn… Continue reading A Long Overdue Update…

Sun, Sand, Sea and Prosthetic Legs

For the past six weeks I’ve been working in Sardinia, which has thrown up a whole variety of new challenges. A few of them were things I’d thought a bit about pre-amputation – being away from my prosthetist for any period of time, coping with a very active job, swimming etc., but some of the issues that… Continue reading Sun, Sand, Sea and Prosthetic Legs