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Snowsport England release online school resources inspired by the Winter Olympics 2018

Snowsport England has released a dedicated ‘PyeongChang to Piste’ school resources pack to boost engagement in snowsports

The 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics are fast approaching and will soon land in PyeongChang, South Korea, where a dynamic selection of British medal hopefuls will compete on the world stage. 

No slowdown as calendar ticks closer to PyeongChang

Today marks one month until the opening ceremony of the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang and our leading skiers and snowboarders are lining up for some of the final World Cup competitions before the team announcement later this month.

 Photo: Tommy Pyatt

Over the coming days, Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard World Cups are taking place in the United States, while later today the Ladies Alpine Ski World Cup continues in Austria.

Skiers start new year with strong week of results

British skiers have had a busy start to 2018 with Alpine, Cross Country and Freestyle athletes in action across Europe and North America. And after a strong end to 2017, the new year also kicked off with top 10 results for two of Britain’s best.

 Photo Credit: CNN

Ryding scores another top 10; big week ahead for British skiers

Three days before Christmas, Delancey British Alpine skier Dave Ryding claimed his first top 10 of the season and on day one of the new year he scored another at the inaugural City Event in Oslo.

Ryding’s fourth place came two days after Andrew Young achieved a top 10 at the Tour de Ski while Andrew Musgrave sits in the top 30 with four stages remaining.

British Rollerski Championships - a race report by Jasmine

After an hour of travelling, I arrived to meet some people also part of the BNDS (British Nordic Development Squad). We dived straight into a classic technique training session where we focused on double pole and kick double pole.

Proceeding after a long lunch of eating and socialising, we set out again for a skate session. We worked on the timing of skate two and an obstacle course. In total, we approximately skied 4 hours of skiing, the day before the Championships.

Young kicks off Tour de Ski with top 10 result

The Cross Country Skiing World Cup moved to Lenzerheide, Switzerland today with the first leg of the Tour de Ski where Andrew Young scored his best result of the season.

Qualifying through to the knockout stage in 16th, Young was one of two members of the British Nordic team to win move through from the prologue with Andrew Musgrave finishing 14th.


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