Bibby E Curtis 
About this Skier
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  Name: Bibby E Curtis Nickname: [NA]  
  Hails From: Bristol, UK    
  What got you into barefooting?
The excitement and adrenaline that it gives you, the wonderfully friendly and welcoming comunity you become a part of, along side the fact it'll never come to an end - there will always be ways to improve, more tricks to learn, more people to meet!
  How did you learn to barefoot?
Sitting in a front toe handle at 6 years old, and sticking your feet in!! Got taught by my biggest idol of a father :)
  Who was your first barefoot instructor?
Mark Curtis, alongside Dave and Ted Baber
  Tell us about your first tournament
The first tournament in Barefooting would of been the UK nationals, September 2013. A very well run competition, unfortunately Barefooting isn't a huge sport in the UK, and I was the only female competing in both Juniour and Open division.
  How did you feel the first time you barefooted?
Excitement, passion, adrenaline rush, happy!
  Why do you continue to barefoot?
Because it's a fantastic sport, which can push you to your limits if you let it, it's great for character building. The intensity and adrenaline never stops!
  Who has inspired you in this sport?
Hannah Bullard.
  Have you held any World Records?
Not yet!!
  Have you won any medals at a world championship?
Not yet!!
  What skiers have you enjoyed watching and why?
Ashleigh Stebbings, because she's a huge inspiration to Women's Barefooting
David Small, because he always has a positive mind towards his skiing.
  How often do you train ski?
In the summer nearly everyday
In the winter, every two weeks usually
  Do you have a nickname and how did you get it?
Yes, Bibby. This story will not be let out.
  What other activities do you participate in?
A lot of hockey, & swimming.
  What do you do for a living?
  What is your motto?
Go hard or go home
  When did you first start barefooting? 2006
  What is your Personal Best Score in Wakes? 2.23
  and what year 2013
  What is your Personal Best Score in Tricks? 450
  and what year 2014
  What is your Personal Best Score in Jumping? 4.4
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