Queen Margaret’s pupil set for the next Winter Olympics

Appearing at Beijing 2022 would fulfil a dream held since infancy

At the age of just three, Imogen Smith already had dreams of one day representing her country at the Winter Olympics and this month Imogen took a step closer to achieving her dream when, amongst worldwide competition, she came fourth and seventh at the Women’s Audi Skicross Tour event in Lenk, Switzerland.

Alongside her A-levels in chemistry, biology and physical education, Imogen, aged 17, has trained in France, Norway and at the Snozone Castleford this year whilst keeping fit at Queen Margaret’s taking part in netball, tennis, athletics and specialist fitness sessions with QM’s personal trainer. Next year, Imogen is hoping to move up to Europa Cup level and has her sights set on competing on the World Cup circuit to qualify for the Beijing Olympics in 2022.

Queen Margaret’s Director of Sport, Anne Davies, said, “Imogen’s sheer grit and determination will see her through. This month’s competition has taken her success to the next level. I’ve seen first-hand just how hard Imogen works at her sport and her fourth and seventh placings alongside older and more experienced skiers are extremely well deserved.”


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