By Vicky Anscombe on 08 January 2016

Lloyd Wallace is an up and coming star of the slopes – and when you’re mastering moves such as a triple twisting triples, it’s not hard to see why.

2015 was a great year for Lloyd; he stood on the podium four times, won a Europa Cup, came in second in another Europa Cup, came third at the Junior World Championships and placed second overall in the 2015 Europa Cup. Not bad for a skier who’s barely in their twenties.

How does Lloyd train for such a demanding sport? When does he go into ‘robot mode’? And what’s it like to approach an almost-vertical jump at 60kph? Chemmy’s got the answers…

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