Pippa Middleton celebrated the completion of her Inferno Cross Country Ski race in Murray, Switzerland Saturday. The 32-year-old younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton reportedly celebrated the event with a Swiss cheese fondue and Schnapps. Being in the snowy Alpine region, it was the perfect way for her to stay warm and toasted.
“She was planning to enjoy a cheese fondue and one or two Schnapps with her friends from the ski club. I believe she was staying in a private chalet with friends,” a source at the race said. Pippa, who is an extreme sport enthusiast, participated in the cross country ski race Saturday.
The socialite emerged 67th in the race as she competed with 105 other participants. The Inferno Cross Country Ski race is known all over the world for its dangerous twists and turns. Besides, it is the world’s longest downhill ski race with uphill sections.
The brunette beauty, who is now back with her ex-boyfriend James Matthews finished the race in just 12 minutes and 28 seconds. Pippa appeared to be happy as she came to the finishing line with fists up in the air. The writer and columnist spoke to local publication Geneva-based Blick just before the race.
“I try not to push myself too much that I have a bad fall – but we'll see!” she said talking to the Geneva-based publication. She added that people called her competitive, but she just enjoyed the sport. And, she told that it was a great feeling to participate in something with had an equally great history.
Pippa wore a snow suit for her race. It consisted of a blue-colored suit with spider web prints and a white T-shirt. She teamed up the suit with a black jacket and matching boots.
She also protected her head with a white helmet and wore mirrored blue glares. Her brunette tresses were left loose under her helmet. Before this, Pippa has participated in a 300 mile bike relay across the U.S., marathon in Kenya in the high altitude and also a charity bike race in the U.K. The youngster is a brand ambassador of the British Heart Foundation.