British Disabled Ski Team

The British Disabled Ski Team (BDST) is the British national para-alpine ski team.  

Disability Snowsport UK manages the BDST and is recognised as the UK National Governing Body for disabled snowsports by the British Paralympic Association (BPA) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

The team is split into two squads - the Elite Team, training and competing on a full-time basis and the Development Squads - Adult and Youth - where the athletes work on a part-time basis. More details on all our athletes and coaches can be found below.
Meet the athletes and the staffMeet the athletes and the staff
Why you should help?
Can you imagine the feeling of ski racing with missing limbs, paralysis or visual impairment reaching speeds of over 50mph? This is the daily pursuit of our highly motivated athletes, striving to race against the top alpine ski racers from around the world.

Our team  trains all year-round to sustain their world-class level and get ready for Sochi 2014, and also has to raise funding to make sure they get the best training possible that gets them podium places.

Your help is very much needed to ensure we are on the podium in Sochi!
Sochi 2014

The Games are now over. Click on the link above to read about everything that happened.


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