A magical week for British snowsports continued yesterday in the US, as GB Park and Pipe's James 'Woodsy' Woods (25, Sheffield) claimed a gold medal in Ski Big Air at the X Games in Aspen.
In the world's biggest freeskiing and snowboarding competition, Woodsy stepped up his skiing to another level to take the win last night.
GB Park and Pipe snowboarder Jamie Nicholls has taken second in the World Cup Slopestyle in Seiseralm, Italy today.
This follows his World Cup Slopestyle win last season in the Czech Republic.
The GB Park and Pipe snowboarders had a storming day in the Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup in Seiseralm, Italy yesterday.
Photo Credit: Euan Baxter
GB Park and Pipe
Slopes across England are set to run free or heavily discounted activities as part of the second National Schools Snowsport Week sponsored by Visit Andorra (www.nssw.co.uk).
Taking place from 24-30 April 2017 this year’s event is backed by Winter Olympians Eddie ‘The Eagle’ Edwards, Dave Ryding, Aimee Fuller and Graham Bell.
In a memorable day for British Alpine skiing, Dave Ryding fulfilled a dream, finishing second in the Slalom World Cup in Kitzbuehel, Austria, matching Great Britain’s best ever Alpine World Cup result.
Delancey British Alpine Team
Delancey British Alpine Team skier Dave Ryding claimed a historic second place at the World Cup Slalom in Kitzbuehel, as he matched Great Britain’s best ever Alpine World Cup result.
Photo Credit: British Ski & Snowboard
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