Madison beat off stiff competition from Europe’s strongest alpine nations to win gold at the 2016 Youth Olympics in Lillehammer.
Her extraordinary performance in in the Ski Halfpipe Freestyle final was another indication of Great Britain’s emergence in some of winter sport’s newest and most exciting events.
Not content with that gold, she then went onto win a bronze in the Slopestyle to complete a memorable Games both for her and her Team GB team-mates.
It was the first time a Great British athlete had won a gold on snow and represented the pinnacle of a young career that began when she fell in love with the sport at the age of just three.
She now boasts a five-year unbeaten record in her age category in both the Slopestyle and Halfpipe at the British Championships and there’s clearly plenty more to come, with the Winter Olympics in 2018 now firmly on her radar.
The competition there will clearly be a step up again but Madison has already shown she has the appetite for the big occasion.