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James Knock appointed new Head Coach of England Alpine Squad

Snowsport England is happy to announce the appointment of James Knock as new Head Coach of the England Alpine Squad. He will follow in the footsteps of Jo Ryding who held the position for two years.

Thousands of children expected to try skiing and snowboarding for the first time during National Schools Snowsport Week

Over two thousand children are expected to get their first taste of skiing and snowboarding next week as part of the second ever National Schools Snowsport Week sponsored by Visit Andorra (www.nssw.co.uk). 

 Photo Credit: Matt Alexandre / PA Wire

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

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THE COMPANIES ACT 2006

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Of

SNOWSPORT ENGLAND LIMITED

(Company)

 

Dated 21st April 2017

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual general meeting of the Company will be held at Sportpark, 3 Oakwood Drive, Loughborough, on 16 May 2017 at 2.00pm.  The purpose of the meeting is:

Eight young skiers and snowboarders become first winners of new ‘Ritblat Endeavour Awards’ as a part of CSS at the Brits sponsored by Delancey

Following the conclusion of The BRITS 2017, eight young skiers and snowboarders walked away with ‘Ritblat Endeavour Awards’ from the first ever CSS at the Brits sponsored by Delancey competition.

 Photo: Motion Stoppers Photography

Season drawing to an end as Jan Farrell finishes ninth overall in Speed Skiing World Cup standings and The BRITS and Delancey British Alpine Children’s Championships conclude

British Speed skier Jan Farrell concluded his season with some strong skiing in the final World Cup in Grandvalira, Andorra, meaning he finished 9th overall in the World Cup standings.

  Photo Credit: Victor Moscardo

 

British Speed Skiing

 

In the three final races, Farrell clocked one 12th place and two 13th places, with his top speed being 192.70 kmph.

 

Summerhayes And Taylor-Tipton Take The British Titles As Standards Reach Sky High In The Picture Big Air

As the sunshine blessed the final day of the BRITS 2017, it was another spectacular day of world-class skiing, this time in the Picture Ski Big Air.

With the level of riding sky high, it was a tough day for the judges not just to select the winners of the Picture Ski Big Air, but also to decide which young guns would be awarded the brand new ‘CSS at the BRITS sponsored by Delancey’ prizes for the best tricks throughout the day, including in warm-up.

 

Olympians Reign In The Pipe On The Final Day Of The Brits 2017

A well needed bluebird day appeared from any remaining clouds as competitors arrived at the top of Laax’s almighty superpipe - the biggest in the World. Stunning views and warm weather meant that it was a fine day for some stunt ditch action.

Best of British Showcase Their Skills In The Halfpipe As Speight and Cheshire Claim Titles

The country’s best halfpipe skiers were out in force on day three of the BRITS 2017 as the titles were decided in the British Ski Halfpipe Championships.

With the sun breaking through the clouds in time to proceed with a two-run competition, it was GB Park and Pipe skiers Pete Speight and Rowan Cheshire who reigned supreme were crowned British Halfpipe Champions.

 

Fuller Doubles Up And Shackleton Goes Huge as Picture Big Air Returns To The Brits

The Picture Big Air British Championships saw the kicker focussed format return to the BRITS for the first time in five years ahead of the discipline's debut at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang this coming February.

British prospects for that contest look bright after an awesome showing from GB Park and Pipe athletes, who locked up the wins today on Laax’s biggest hits.

 

Tight Battle in British Ski Cross as Emma Peters Retains British Title and Ollie Davies Seals His First Brits Crown

Action kicked off today at the BRITS 2017, with the skiers tackling the jumps and berms of the Laax Ski Cross course.

 Photo Credit: Bluebird Photography

With the level of competition probably the highest and tightest it has been at the BRITS, British Ski Cross racer Emma Peters defended her British title, and Ollie Davies, who moved from Alpine racing to Ski Cross last summer, took his first ever British Ski Cross title.

 

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