Team GB’s Menna Fitzpatrick knows all about confidence, having secured four 2018 Winter Paralympic Games medals including gold in the women’s slalom event in PyeongChang, and last week she was at the Chill Factore in Manchester to help inspire the next generation of people taking part in winter sports.
Stockport teenage para skier Charlie Muston won a silver medal in his first ever race on snow at the Delancey World Para Alpine Championships in Tignes on Saturday.
‘Still sinking in!’: Paralympic medals don’t change a thing for GB history-makers Menna Fitzpatrick & Jen Kehoe
Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe are still the same smiling, inseparable duo that set off for PyeongChang three weeks ago; with one small exception – the four Paralympic medals hanging around their necks.
‘Dancing in the start gate’: Golden Fitzpatrick becomes GB’s most decorated Winter Paralympian of all time
Menna Fitzpatrick started her final day in South Korea with a boot falling on her head – she ended it not only a gold medallist but Britain’s most decorated Winter Paralympian of all time.
Menna Fitzpatrick has roared like a lion, thought about butterflies and sung to Lady Gaga so far in PyeongChang but not even she knows what’s in store on the final day.
‘All revved up’: Fitzpatrick uses roaring lion approach to take second PyeongChang Paralympics silver
Menna Fitzpatrick roared like a lion and had the bite to back it up after storming to her second silver medal of the Winter Paralympic Games.
Winter Paralympic Games: Menna and Jen do it again… Fitzpatrick and Kehoe glide to PyeongChang silver
Butterflies that are drinking tea while doing yoga – that’s not the start to a bizarre fairytale, more like Menna Fitzpatrick’s secret to becoming a Paralympic silver medallist.
For the second day in succession a flood of tears came from alpine skier Menna Fitzpatrick – only this time they were in celebration of her first Paralympic medal.
The first athlete in the first race of a Winter Paralympic Games, it all sounded a little too good to be true for alpine skier Menna Fitzpatrick.
Five Paralympic events in nine days may sound like a lot but alpine skier Menna Fitzpatrick is confident she and guide Jennifer Kehoe can take every one in their stride.
Ten World Cup medals in ten competitions tells you all you need to know about Macclesfield-based skier Menna Fitzpatrick – she’s going to the Winter Paralympic Games on top form.