I have always looked up to Chemmy as a role model for how to succeed against all odds. She has been fantastic in putting skiing on the map in a country not known for its winters. As a team mate she listens and helps, as an athlete her dedication to succeed is paramount and as representation of our sport she continues to inspire young potentials to follow in her footsteps. As a triple Olympian and 7 time competitor in World Champs, she is still hungry for more despite shattering her leg in competition back in December 2010. She is still trying to come back and prove that you can be the best in the world in skiing and be from Britain. During her time away being injured I have watched her give back through sports awards presenting and after dinner speaking and seen how both young children and others are in awe of her sporting journey. That is why I think Chemmy should be given one of the greatest sporting honours ever by bearing the torch for her 'home' Olympics in London 2012.