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Free the heels....free the mind!

The Telemark turn is the original and oldest way to turn skis.

Up to about 1850, skiing was a means of transport.  A way of getting from A to B both uphill and downhill in winter. The skis were made of wood and the leather boots bound to the skis with birch roots.

Watch the 3rd Outdoor Race of the British Ski Academy GBR Series 2018 LIVE!

We've been attending a lot of races this season, and live-streaming them worldwide though our Facebook page to thousands of viewers. This weekend we're at Pontypool for the 3rd installment of the British Ski Academy GBR Series - and you can tune in to watch the race live at 10.30 am on Saturday 30th June.

English Ski & Snowboard Championships 2018

The English Ski and Snowboard Cross Championships celebrated it’s 6th anniversary in style on Saturday at Snozone, Castleford. With one of the largest fields in the history of the event, athletes took to the snow to tackle to expertly built course and battle for the medals.

Ski Race MK Club National Race Report

Words by Joseph Thompson, U16 Dryslope Ambassador

 

The SMK Club National took place at Snozone, Milton Keynes, on Sunday 10 June 2018.  It was an early start for more than 130 racers from across the country who came to race for some rather magnificent trophies.  The U10/12s race consisted of two runs down the same slalom course, while the U14s and above skied two runs on two different slalom courses.

Full-time Ski Instructor Wanted

Location: Brentwood Park Ski & Snowboard Centre, Essex, UK

Brentwood Park Ski & Snowboard Centre is looking for a qualified Ski Instructor to join them in preparation for next season 2018/19. We are an outdoor all weather dry ski slope and so our season is all year round, hence we are looking for somebody to join us in a permanent full time capacity from August 2018.

You must be a minimum of Alpine level 1; Ideally having completed your 35 hours additional Snowsport School experience preferably through direct teaching.

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