Career Highlights:

1st
- SL, British Championships, Tignes, FRA, 2017

1st
- SL, British Championships, Tignes, FRA, 2016

9th
- SL, Europa Cup Finals, La Molina, ESP, 2016

Debut
- World Ski Championships, Vail USA, 2015

1st
- SL & GS, British Championships, Meribel, FRA, 2014

1st
- SL & GS, British NJC, Meribel, FRA, 2014

1st
- GS. Australia New Zealand Cup, Cardrona NZL, 2013

Debut
- SL World Cup, Flachau AUT, 2013

Skiing has been Charlie's lifelong obsession and she had her first taste at the age of 3 on the slopes of Cairngorm in the Scottish Highlands near her grandmother’s home in Nethy Bridge. Charlie trained there with the Scottish Ski Club until she joined the British Ski Academy in France at 11. Over the last 9 years, she has progressed though the British system and at 14 became the first British girl to win an international children’s race, before moving up into FIS racing as part of the Scottish Alpine Ski Team.

After leaving school in 2012 and becoming a full time athlete, Charlie has spent the majority of her time training and racing in Austria. In 2013 she made her World Cup debut followed by her debut World Championships at Beaver Creek in February 2015.

In November 2014, Charlie suffered a near career ending training crash which resulted in 4 fractured vertebrae. She has been able to build back up to being ranked well inside the top 100 in the world and has her sights firmly set on the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, 2018.

Charlie works closely with the Scottish Institute of Sport who provides world class support across all areas of strength and conditioning, nutrition and physiotherapy. She is looking forward to continuing on from the successes of the 2017 season over the next 12 months with the Ladies World Cup Team. Ultimately Charlie aims to be stepping onto an Olympic Podium as part of Team GB.

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