I am so grateful to the Royal Navy for this unbelievable opportunity and I am so proud to be representing them here as well as the British Paralympic Association and Great Britain

Brett Wild

Brett, from Glasgow has been skiing since he was three years old and began racing when he was just seven, he has also raced for the Navy and Combined services team.

He has been skiing with Millie for the past two years and the pair were keen to build on their success in last year’s World Championships where they won gold and silver medals.

On the final day of the games Brett and Millie added a bronze medal to their collection, taking third place in the Women’s Slalom, helping the ParalympicsGB team meet their UK Sport target of six to 12 medals with the ambition of seven.

The pair will arrive back in the United Kingdom this week feeling proud of what they achieved for Great Britain, and with good reason. Since starting to ski together in February 2016, Millie and Brett have won a total of 19 medals – eight gold, nine silver and two bronze.

“I am so grateful to the Royal Navy for this unbelievable opportunity and I am so proud to be representing them here as well as the British Paralympic Association and Great Britain.” said Brett.

“Having the opportunity to ski with Millie at the Winter Paralympic Games is an incredible honour, made even more special by winning two silver medals and one bronze while skiing with one of my best friends. It’s been a long and difficult season, but to secure the first medal for ParalympicsGB at the games and to go on to win two more feels absolutely amazing.”

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