Skiing is a fantastic sport but unfortunately it is very expensive. My sponsors have helped me a great deal to make it through my season but I am still paying around 70% of it.

This pie chart shows what the money in a season goes towards. Every single penny counts.

Any donations of any value mean a huge amount to me and will help me through my skiing career.

I am also selling ski gear, an album with everything I am selling can be found here. All profits from these sales go towards helping fund my skiing career so please have a look and see if there is anything you fancy!

If you have any sponsorship questions please email me directly. I believe that sponsorship is very much a two way thing and I would love to discuss how I can help you out.


Snow-Camp is an innovative youth charity that uses a unique combination of skiing, snowboarding and life-skills programmes to support inner- city young people. I am very proud to be an ambassador for this fantastic charity. Their work and the stories of the people they have helped have inspired me. Snow-Camp are currently looking to expand to 5 other UK cities by 2015. Check out their 5NOW campaign to find out more! 


about cara

Cara Brown started skiing at a very young age on ski holidays with her parents. Born in London, Cara moved to Milan, Italy aged 7 and has lived there ever since.

Aged 10 Cara joined her first ski club Kandahar and did her first ever race training camps. After getting a feel for racing and deciding she wanted to do more of it she started spending all her weekends and holidays at The British Ski Academy in Les Houches. Cara did her first ever ski races aged 13 with BSA and continued to race alongside them until she turned 15.

Aged 15 Cara was invited to train with The Scottish Alpine Ski Team. After a few training camps she was asked to join the team based on her potential. Cara has been a member of the Scottish Team for the past 5 years.

After finished her schooling in 2012 Cara did her first full-time season based in Austria with Stefan Moser. She had a great season, which including halving her slalom points and therefore decided pursue skiing rather than going straight into further education.

Cara has now just finished her second full-time training with team Orsatus run by Alex Fourrat.

To read Cara's full Biography click here

From the blog
  • Speed for days - Chile

    That’s it, summer is over! I’ve just got home from my camp down in Chile, South America. We had the most amazing training. I hardly saw a cloud in three weeks and the snow was either hard ... read more

  • Summer 2017

    My European summer training has come to an end. Having spent a total of 10 weeks on snow this summer I’ve really been making the most of the conditions before heading down to Chile in 10 days ti... read more

  • Season 2016-2017

    All of a sudden the season comes to a very abrupt end. It gets me every year, I think I’ve still got months to go but then I’m suddenly packing up and heading back home. I think this year ... read more