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Norfolk Snowsports Ski & Snowboard Cross 2018

Following on from last years event, the crew of parent helpers were assembled, plans drawn up and the club booked for the bank holiday weekend. With the sun shining down on the slope, we knew it was going to be a great evening and with food flowing from the Norfolk Snowsports Club kitchens, the helpers and competitors were well fed in advance of the racing while the dedicated few set out the course.

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ERSA Schools Race Attracts Over 300 Racer Despite The Rain

Last Sunday over 300 racers from schools around the ERSA region competed in the annual ERSA Schools Race at Norfolk Snowsports Club.  

 Photo Credit: Racer Ready Ski Magazine

Thank you to all the Schools (racers, teachers and parents) who attended Sunday's ERSA Schools Races and I hope that you all enjoyed the day.  Also an equally big thank you to the race organisers and officials.

Norfolk plays host to hot competition at Trowse in Special Olympics event

The temperature was not exactly Alpine – and the competition was decidedly hot – when Special Olympics Norfolk (SON) hosted its third Eastern Region skiing competition at the Norfolk Snowsports Club at Trowse.

 Photo Credit: Bernard Wright

More than 50 skiers took part in the event last month, including 13 representing SON, the county branch of a national and international organisation that provides sporting opportunities for people with learning disabilities.

Snowsport England Alpine Calendar Reminder

The SSE Alpine Committee has committed itself to encouraging all regions and clubs to increasing race entrants within the 2018 calendar by 10% over last year. We are seeking increases from existing racers but also asking you to support new unique club members who have not entered our races before. This applies to GBRs, CNs, Inter-regional and Inter-club races.

Athletes deliver on first round of grants

Athletes supported by the British Ski and Snowboard National Foundation have made impressive progress in the 2017/18 season, showing the impact of the grants they received last year.

The charity was established in 2016 to support young British skiers and snowboarders, and after an initial fundraising period rolled out its first round of grants last summer. Prioritising athletes for whom funding would have the greatest impact, the first recipients in 2017/18 were:

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Futures Project invites the next generation

While the off-season may be upon us, up-and-coming skiers and snowboarders are being encouraged to get involved over the summer by taking part in the new Futures Project.

Set up as a collaboration between British Ski & Snowboard, Snowsport England, Snowsport Scotland and Snowsport Wales, Futures Project supports and encourages young people in the UK to get involved in snow sports in a fun and progressive way.

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