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17 March 2016

World Cup Finals for Ryding, GB Park and Pipe round off their World Cup season and Delancey Alpine Champs start on Sunday

Delancey British Alpine Ski Team

This Sunday sees Delancey British Alpine Ski Team athlete Dave Ryding fulfill his dream as he competes in the Men’s Slalom at the FIS Alpine World Cup Finals in St Moritz, Switzerland. The first run of the Men’s Slalom starts at 9.30am GMT on Sunday. Action will be shown on Eurosport.

Charlie Guest had a fantastic result today, coming 9th place in the Ladies Slalom in La Molina, Spain. This stands her in good stead to go up against teammate Alex Tilley in the Slalom at the Delancey British Alpine Champs in Tignes.

The Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships kick off this Sunday, with all the top names in British Alpine Skiing descending on the French resort of Tignes for a week of Senior and Junior racing. The regular schedule is being complemented by two Disabled races, a Slalom on Saturday 26th and GS on Sunday 27th March. All the action can be followed on the BSS website or by following @TeamBSS on Twitter.


GB Park and Pipe

Aimee Fuller, Henry Shackleton, Billy Morgan, Rowan Coultas and Matt McCormick are in Flachau for 2016’s Spring Battle, a World Snowboard Tour Slopestyle event All week they have been taking part in daily jam sessions with a follow cam. Videos are being submitted this afternoon with the results announced later today.  

Following Spring Battle, Aimee Fuller will head to Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech along with Katie Ormerod, Billy Morgan, Rowan Coultas and Jamie Nicholls for the final FIS Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup of the season. Qualifiers kick off on Saturday with Finals taking place on Sunday.

James Woodsy Woods and Isabel Atkin both qualified 3rd in today's qualifiers and are through to finals of the SFR Freestyle Tour in La Clusaz. The Platinum AFP event finals run tomorrow. 

Nine Queens in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is in full swing, with the action lasting all week. Riding for GB Park and Pipe is Katie Summerhayes and Katie Ormerod with Jenny Jones back in action to ride on the impressive slopestyle course.


British Telemark

Jaz Taylor took to the World Cup podium today in Murren, Switzerland, where she took an incredible second place in the Sprint race, an amazing finish to her Sprint World Cup circuit for 2015/16. This was after the action yesterday where Jaz Taylor took 7th place in the Ladies Classic event. In the Men’s Classic, Alistair Cruz-Mermy was fastest Brit with 19th place and Louis Hatchwell finished in 23rd position. Sion Bingham was 26th, Colin Dixon in 29th and Alec Dixon in 30th. The action continues with the Parallel Sprint tomorrow.


Coeur Blanc Challenge

Last weekend saw British skiing and snowboarding stars Jenny Jones, Emily Sarsfield and Cara Brown join forces with a host of celebrities including Sir Steve Redgrave to take on the Coeur Blanc Challenge in Meribel. France. 85 teams skied the length and breadth of the Three Valleys ski area, attempting to travel on all 52 lifts during one day, all to raise money for youth snowsports charity SnowCamp. For more information visit

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