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Proudly kitted out in the colours of Great Britain, he will be about to achieve what he swore he would do in the very early stages of his rehabilitation despite initially been given only a 30 per cent chance of survival.
"Tears come and go, laughter, pride, power, strength, humility, excitement, anticipation, wonder, so, so much."
"I've done races at the start of December where I skied to the best of my ability and I got a second place in one of the runs. If I get to the bottom and it felt right, then the result will just come anyway."
"I kept plugging away and had the support of my friends and family. They didn't want me to leave the skiing, even though at the time there seemed no point in continuing.
Rewind a year, however, and the prospect of completing his mission to reach Vancouver seemed hopeless to Skeels Piggins as his form on the slopes reflected his state of mind in the wake of Piran's sudden death. The 35 year old's body was found beneath the main bridge in Melbourne, where he had been living and working.
"Words are hard to describe the huge range of emotions that flow through my body and soul," he reported on Piggins Progress.
He does some of his land based training at the University of Bath, won the wheelchair race in the half marathon just a year after his accident and is guaranteed to have the backing of the city in Vancouver having touched so many lives with his remarkable tale.
that wherever he is he's looking down on me and can watch me go out at the Paralympics and do my best for him.
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It is little wonder, then, that Skeels Piggins was struggling to keep his emotions in check when he blogged from the athletes' village after checking into Whistler this week.
But Skeels Piggins, remains relaxed about his chances of emulating fellow city dweller, Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams, in British Columbia over the next fortnight.
"People from Bath take an interest in their athletes. We're out there doing it for Bath and for Britain and hope we do them proud."
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"Every now and again somebody will stop me and say 'you're that skier aren't you?'. They say they follow me in the paper and wish me all the best and that's fantastic.
The Sydney Place resident said: "It is wonderful to have the support from Bath. There's support from the schools I've been fortunate to forge links with and their pupils, and then there's support from the general public.
A lieutenant in the Royal Navy reserves at HMS Flying Fox and former PE teacher, he set up motivational consultancy Solutions 4 Accessibility in September 2006.
"In the summertime I go and give motivational talks to schools, colleges and companies and it is a bit cathartic in some way. By talking about the problems I had last year and being open and honest, I felt it helped me and also highlighted certain issues to the groups I was talking to."
"He got himself into a situation where he couldn't see any other way out. It is a terrible thing and leaves a lot of unanswered questions. We didn't know what was going on in his life and were never given the opportunity to help him or say goodbye.
big turnaround for me was going to New Zealand in August," he added.
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"We had a team summer training camp in the South Island and that went really well. Then we had some races and I did well in the giant slalom.
An incredible journey since has seen Skeels Piggins prevail despite breaking his neck, back, foot and ribs on the ski slopes of the world. Yet the immense physical pain he suffered in chasing his dream pales into insignificance when compared with the tragedy of losing his beloved younger brother, Piran, who committed suicide 14 months ago.
Skeels Piggins was born in Bristol and moved from Cornwall to Bath eight years ago.
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Avon that left him paralysed from the chest down, Skeels Piggins will be waiting at the starting gate for the men's super G at Vancouver 2010.
The super G, which Skeels Piggins only qualified for at the 11th hour, is one of three alpine sit skiing disciplines in which he will represent ParalympicsGB at the 2010 Games. He believes his best chances of success come in that event and the giant slalom, which takes place on Friday, March 19, while he is also entered in the slalom on the final day, Sunday March 21.
"That picked me up and made me realise I still had it in me to qualify. At the end of last season I was very doubtful about what I would do.
Skeels Piggins told the Chronicle: "I feel a lot stronger now and I'm looking forward to the Games because I want to do it and get a medal for my brother. He was always very supportive and proud of me doing the skiing.
So the inspirational 39 year old alpine skier from Bath could be forgiven for affording himself a wry smile when he learned the schedule for his Winter Paralympics debut next week.
Skeels Piggins is joined in the 12 strong British team by visually impaired skier Kelly Gallagher, who has a degree in mathematics from the University of Bath and now lives in Northern Ireland.
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