Career Highlights:

- Junior World Championships, NOR, 2015

- Winter Universiade, Sierra Nevada, SPA, 2015

Alice started skiing on a family holiday when she was 3. From then on she went on yearly family ski holidays, always doing her best to try to keep up with her big brother and sister. Whilst at home Alice joined her school (Surbiton High) ski club and skied on dry slope weekly from the age of 4 . She did her first schools dryslope race aged 7 and was hooked. Soon after that she joined Sandown Park Ski Race Club through which she participated in regional dry slope races, progressing onto snow racing at the age of 11.

She followed the British system, training in school holidays and racing in British races through which she was selected for the GB children's team in 2008. From then on Alice continued training and racing whenever possible and represented GB at a few children's international races.

As Alice progressed into FIS, she trained with the England Alpine ski team whilst still completing her GCSEs and A-levels at Surbiton High. For the 2012/13 season she joined Ambition Racing where she was trained by Marc Telling and Jo Ryding alongside the rest of their FIS team.

After finishing her A-levels in 2013, Alice took a year out of studying and spent the 2013/14 season skiing full time, based in Leogang, Austria, with Ambition. She focused all her energy on skiing as fast as she could, training as hard as possible and getting plenty of race practice. She made significant improvements over the season and lowered her FIS points, despite struggling to put everything together in races.

The 2014/15 season was a bit of a change as Alice started studying Natural Sciences at Bath University. She worked around her studies to keep training in the gym and getting on snow as much as possible. The last couple of years have seen some ups and downs in Alice’s racing owing to the difficulty of finding form at the right time with limited on snow training and large gaps between training blocks. Despite this she managed to produce some of best results, lowering her FIS points, competing in major championships and achieving some credible results, all whilst studying full time at university. For the 2016-17 season Alice will be changing things up again. As part of her degree she will be doing a placement at the European Synchrotron Radiation facility in Grenoble. Being based in France, with numerous resorts within a couple of hours drive, will give her the perfect opportunity for more consistent training and access to plenty of races. Hopefully the opportunity to train every weekend will bring her some more consistent form which can be reflected in her results.

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