The Alldridge family have been producing some exceptional results on the indoor ski racing circuit this summer.

The brother and sister, from Hampton, are continuing to balance their full time careers as management consultants at EY, with indoor ski racing.

The siblings started ski racing at Sandown Park ski race club as children and now train with the Milton Keynes race team most Sunday’s. Over the past few months they have spent all their spare time training, on and off the slopes, in preparation for the slalom races held in snowdomes over the country. Despite the majority of their competition being full time athletes, the pair have produced some extraordinary results this summer.

Amanda has successfully defended her overall British Indoor Ski Champion title, as well as reclaiming the overall Anglo-Welsh title at Chill Factore snowdome in Manchester.

This means she has won the title seven times, making her one of the most prolific artificial slope winners of recent years. Amanda has recently joined Blitz Crossfit in Twickenham and trains there most days. She is confident that this new training regime will bode her well in the European Lowland Championships next weekend.

Jamie won the overall title at the Scottish Indoor ski Championships, which has only been won twice by a non-Scot. This is an incredible feat considering Jamie’s intensive work commitments involving spending the working week in Bristol.

The Alldridge’s currently hold every British indoor ski title between them and are now preparing to represent Britain at the European Lowland ski Championships in Belgium.