It's quite some way off, but that hasn't stopped Bangor snowboarder Aimee Fuller from getting excited about the 2018 Winter Olympics.
She spoke to Richard Cull about her plans to take part in two events to prepare for the games, should she qualify.
With fourth and fifth place World Cup finishes already to her name this season, Aimee Fuller is just one of a raft of talented British riders heading to next week’s World Freestyle Ski and Snowboard Championships, in Spain, with dreams of glory...
With exactly 12 months to go until the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, snow queen Aimee Fuller is hoping to continue her recent run of good form and ensure she'll be packing her bags, and her snowboard, for the far eastern slopes next February...
Aimee Fuller is hoping to become Northern Ireland's next Olympian by participating in the Winter Games in 2014.
Slopestyle snowboarder Aimee Fuller, the first woman to land a double back flip in competition and one of the BBC's most enthusiastic pundits, opens up ahead of her appearance at the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Show
In the past 7 years Aimee has attracted the eyes of many in the media with her progressive riding.
She featured live on air with Radio 1, BBC 5 Live, BBC Sports; entering the commentary box in Sochi for Olympic finals.
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