PETE SPEIGHT: ATHLETE PROFILE

01/01/18

PETE SPEIGHT: ATHLETE PROFILE

Pete was first introduced to skiing through his yearly family trips to Austria and later freestyle specifically, at Sheffield Ski village. He now skis halfpipe professionally and is looking to compete in this year’s Winter Olympics after narrowly missing out last time due to a collarbone injury.

In Pete’s athlete profile, he talks of the biggest influences in his career, how he got into competing in halfpipe and how he balances training and competing with personal life.

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On average it takes an athlete 10 years – an incredible 3650 days - to train for the Olympics!

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