Pilch Athletes

Pilch are pleased to support these athletes

Alfie Hewett

Alfie is currently 8th in the World Men’s wheelchair singles ranking, 4th in the World Men’s wheelchair doubles and ranked 2nd in Great Britain for Tennis.

Alfie also represented Great Britain last summer in the 2016 Rio Paralympics, where he won Silver medals in both the singles & doubles tournaments.

Cameron Kirby

Cameron's love of skiing began in 2010 when his mum took him for his first ski holiday, aged 7. Returning to Norwich with his natural talent, he discovered his passion for freestyle on the dry ski slope and has since trained two to three times a week at Norfolk Snowsports Club.

Since he strapped on his first skis he's thrown himself into the sport coming first in the junior category of the British Indoor Championships in his first competition aged 10.

More recently Cameron has successfully made the transition into the 16 and under category, consistently gaining podium finishes at competitions over the last year and narrowly missing out on bronze at the British Indoor Championships. He has also been lucky enough to train in the mountains for 8 weeks and two further weeks in Langraff at the indoor slope. He will soon be heading to Switzerland for two months in the run up to the British Championships in Laax.

Cameron's first love is skiing, so when he’s not competing or training on skis, Cameron trains at the gym, in freestyle gymnastics and trampolining to keep him fit and work on his core strength.

Like the judges and coaches that Cameron's impressed, we're excited to watch such a young talent develop and wish Cameron all success in achieving his goals!