A hero of the Winter Paralympics, Jade Etherington will join our London headline event

Hot off the press - the truly inspirational Jade Etherington is joining us at our huge event at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on 14 June.

Jade aged just 22 stole the show at this year's Winter Paralympics, by winning four medals for the women's alpine skiing. Remarkably Jade has just 5% vision so she skies with her sighted guide Caroline Powell, their success this year made the pair the most successful female British Winter Paralympians of all time and the first Britons to win four medals at one Paralympics.

After returning from Sochi, Jade appeared on ITV's Daybreak and shared a story about her Dad who had advised her that if she were ever to own a guide dog she should call her 0.6 seconds! Jade has since contacted her local Guide Dogs team and is exploring the possibilities of owning a guide dog!

Join Jade and a host of other celebrities on the 14 June at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park by buying your ticket now!

Jade Etherington, female British Winter Paralympian