British skiier Chemmy Alcott has told Sky News that she remains hopeful of competing at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Alcott recently returned to World Cup skiing for the first time since a career-threatening accident two years ago.
The 30-year-old broke her leg while training in Canada in 2010.
Speaking to Sky's Matt Gooderick, she said competing in Sochi in 2014, her fourth winter games, is "still the dream."
"I've actually come back with more gliding ability than I had before. I have had some positives come from this horrible accident.
"I don't think an Olympics is ever a bonus. Every athlete, we work really hard for this.
"You have to make your luck happen, you have to take your opportunity. And if that day happens for you, then you grasp it in all its glory and hopefully that will be my day."