Day four of the English Alpine Ski Championships saw six athletes crowned English Champions as the action continued on the snowy slopes of Bormio with a FIS Giant Slalom and an Under 16/14 Super G.
In the FIS Giant Slalom on the Stella Alpina piste, conditions were tricky with fog affecting the racing for most of the day, ultimately resulting in the cancellation of the second run of the Men’s GS, thus no final results for the men.
Day three of the English Alpine Ski Championships saw 168 athletes tackle the FIS NJR Giant Slalom on the Stella Alpina race piste, with the Under 16 and Under 14 racers taking on the first of two Super G races of the Championships on the Stelvio piste.
Day two of the English Alpine Ski Championships was blessed with clear blue skis and good snow conditions as the racers tackled a FIS Slalom and the Under 12 & Under 10s raced three runs of a Giant Slalom.
The English Alpine Ski Championships kicked off in style on Valentine’s Day in Bormio, with a record number of entries and some impressive skiing in the FIS National Junior Slalom and Under 16 & Under 14 Giant Slalom.
409 athletes, the most ever entries at an English Alpine Championships, descended on Bormio yesterday for the opening parade, and today began racing under cloudy skies with light snow falling for most of the day.
One Day to Go - which means only one thing - it's the Opening Parade of the English Alpine Championships today!
The parade will leave from Via Roma at 4pm, and make it's way towards the Town Square, where we'll be greeted by a speech from the Mayor which is accompanied by drinks for all!
Good luck to all racers who will be competing tomorrow, and let the English Alpine Championships get underway!
Ready for Bormio? Got all the right gear? Is your helmet up to the job? If you turn up at the start wearing your current helmet, will you even be allowed to race?
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