Bristol held a homecoming parade for you, and we understand you are helping to set up a new SnowCamp (a charity that helps under-privileged children try snowsports) project there. How did you get involved in that?
Snowcamp is very much up-and-running and has been growing ever year.
I first got involved with Snowcamp a few years back as I think it is a great charity that encourages under-privileged youngsters to get on the slopes and try snowboarding.
It not only teaches them the skill of the sport but also supports them through onto instructor courses as well as giving them the opportunity to develop careers in other areas of the snow industry.
Is it true that you don’t allow yourself to wear high heels because of the risk of injury?
Before the Olympics I banned myself from high heels, Irish dancing and skateboarding as I have a history of mishaps in these areas.
I am now back wearing the heels and attempted some mild Irish dancing. As I was recovering from a shoulder surgery I haven’t had the chance to get on my skateboard yet.