BBC Sport - Paralympic slalom champion Menna Fitzpatrick on the freedom skiing gives her
Fitzpatrick's Para dream comes true
- From the section Wales
Welsh skier Menna Fitzpatrick has just 5% vision but you would not think that as she glides down the slopes at high speed.
Macclesfield-based Fitzpatrick became the first British snow sports athlete to win a World Cup title when she won in Aspen, Colorado in 2016.
Since then the 18-year-old, who competes in the visually impaired category with guide Jennifer Kehoe, has gone on to win gold after gold.
BBC Wales Sport caught up with her as she prepares for the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.