Following on from our previous article, "Why is Loving You so Hard to do", we're super excited to announce our new campaign #showmy. The idea behind the campaign is to give women the confidence to come forward and tell us about something you love about yourself which you get to show the world when you're wearing a bikini. It could be a physical feature, a goal, an achievement, something that makes you happy, something someone said to you, a motivation, a love... anything is your life that makes you happy.
We've picked some of our own to give you some ideas.
Starting with myself, Cara Brown:
By showing what you're proud of we want to encourage other women to be proud of themselves to give them more confidence.
So if you have something you're proud of and would like to share with us then post it using #showmy or send us an email or a message on social media!
Your picture doesn't have to be in Corallina Swim, just pick your favourite bikini shot and tell us what you're proud of.
Ever wondered what one of Britains fastest women on snow and on water have in common...or what they don't?! We caught up with Cara Brown, 5x British Alpine Ski Champion and owner of Corallina Swim and Maddy Anderson, member of the GB kitefoil team and one of GB’s star athletes aiming for the Paris 2024 Olympics. Maddy is also Corallina Swim’s first “athlete” and we can’t wait to see her repping Corallina Swim!
How did you get into Kitesurfing/skiing?
What big competitions have you got coming up?
What are some of your long and short term goals?
What do you get up to when you’re not training?
How many days a week do you train?
What different kinds of races do you do?
How many races do you compete in every season?
What are your best results to date?
How many Kites and boards/Skis and poles do you use in a year?
What does a typical training day look like?
What do you do for fitness for your sport?
Have you had any injuries?
What have you had to sacrifice for your sport?
What’s the best part of your sport?
What’s the worst part of your sport?
What does it feel like when you perform well at a race?
What’s the worst/toughest conditions you’ve trained in?
Favourite place to train/compete?
What would you do if you weren't a skier/kitesurfer?