Classification: B3 (Visually Impaired)
Age: 28 (Kelly), 22 (Charlotte)
Kelly is the first person from Northern Ireland to ever compete in the Winter Paralympics. She joined British Disabled Ski Team in the 2008/09 season and with her first guide, Claire Robb, was selected to the Great Britain team for the 2010 Winter Paralympic Games in Vancouver, Canada. The pair were placed 6th in Slalom and 4th in Giant Slalom.
Claire retired following the 2010 games and Kelly then teamed up with her current guide, Charlotte Evans, to take her through to the Sochi games in 2014. Their partnership has been a succesful one since the start.
They won a Silver in Slalom and a Bronze in Giant Slalom at the 2011 World Championships, the first time a British skier has achieved a medal at this level. Since then they have won medals in all disciplines at both Europa Cup and World Cup levels as well as two more Silver and two more Bronze medals at the 2013 World Championships and a Gold in the Slalom at the World Cup Finals.
They now have their sights firmly set on the 2014 Winter Paralympics where they hope to bring home Great Britain's first alpine skiing medals for 20 years.