The Ellie Soutter Foundation
Since the tragic passing of Ellie on her 18th birthday, 25th July 2018, in her memory, we, her family, decided to continue fundraising under Ellie's name for young winter athletes that need financial assistance to achieve their potential and dreams, in much the same way as Ellie had looked for your help.
Ellie Soutter was one of the most progressive Junior Female Snowboard Athletes of Great Britain.
Ellie became Vice champion of the world in the Junior Freeride World Tour in 2017. She was winner of a Bronze medal for Team GB at the 2017 European Youth Olympics and was tipped to be one of GBs strongest contenders for the 2022 winter Olympics amongst other numerous podium finishes throughout Europe and the southern hemisphere.
As a junior athlete coming from a family without substantial wealth, Ellie often had to miss out on competing and training through lack of funds. She felt and understood the constant pressure to obtain the necessary funds for her training and events. A full season of required training to maintain this level of competition was in excess of £30,000 annually. At this time, as a Junior GB athlete, there is minimal or no funding for travel or accommodation and athletes have to pay a subscription for coaching.
We have decided to form The Ellie Soutter Foundation in her memory to help and assist other young winter athletes in similar circumstances.
If you would like to check out more info about Ellie's past achievements (results, photos, etc) see the links below:
FB page: https://www.facebook.com/elliesoutterfoundation/
Thank you for your time and we hope you will support us in helping other young winter athletes.
- Kim Nolan
- Joanna Gunnell
- Izzy Minden-Powell
- Minna Sheehan
- Christina Lamont
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