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Professional snowboarder Aimee Fuller: ‘I’ve found my passion... a lot of athletes leave their sport and find they’re lost’

Ahead of Beijing 2022, the former athlete chats her involvement in sports coverage and why she doesn’t miss competing

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Snow queen: Aimee Fuller has given up competitive snowboarding and is part of the BBC team

Snow queen: Aimee Fuller has given up competitive snowboarding and is part of the BBC team

Snow queen: Aimee Fuller has given up competitive snowboarding and is part of the BBC team commentating on the Winter Olympics. Credit: Nick Eagle & BBC Creative

Snow queen: Aimee Fuller has given up competitive snowboarding and is part of the BBC team commentating on the Winter Olympics. Credit: Nick Eagle & BBC Creative

Aimee in ‘civvies’ at an event. Credit: Isabel Infantes

Aimee in ‘civvies’ at an event. Credit: Isabel Infantes

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Snow queen: Aimee Fuller has given up competitive snowboarding and is part of the BBC team

The next few weeks are especially busy for athlete turned author and broadcaster Aimee Fuller who is one of the Winter Olympics presenters for BBC Sport.

However, this ‘super exciting’ time is something that the former professional snowboarder has been working towards for the last four years.


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