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Izzy and Woodsy headline day of World Cup, Europa Cup podiums

They both stood on the podium at last year’s World Championships, then again at X-Games in January, and now British skiers Izzy Atkin and James Woods have hit the top three on the same day at the slopestyle World Cup at Seiser Alm, Italy.

On a great day for British skiing Jasmin Taylor also claimed silverware in Norway where she finished third in the parallel sprint at the Telemark World Cup, while Thomas and Makayla Gerken Schofield earned three podium appearances between them at the Moguls Europa Cup at Airolo, Switzerland.

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The Brits 2018: Bringing Olympic Medals and more to Laax



Fresh from securing Team GB’s greatest ever medal haul at a Winter Olympics, Southampton’s favourite son and Olympic Bronze medallist Billy Morgan will be travelling out to LAAX, Switzerland alongside his GB Park and Pipe team-mates to a hero’s welcome this April.



Brits look to strike as season nears its end

The 2017/18 campaign has been a long and busy one, and while it is nearing its end, World Cups which got underway earlier in the week continue today with more competition across the weekend.

British Ski & Snowboard athletes are set to feature across Europe in alpine, cross country, freestyle, telemark and speed skiing along with snowboard action as well.


Midweek World Cups kick off tomorrow

The World Cup season is approaching its climax but there are a host of British skiers and snowboarders still keen to make their mark, including Izzy Atkin who is making her first post-Olympic appearance. Before the cross country and alpine seasons wrap up this weekend, there is ski and snowboard slopestyle in Italy and telemark returns to its birthplace in Norway.


Musgrave lights up Oslo ahead of World Cup finals

While the World Cup season is starting to slow down there was no lack of enthusiasm in Norway where a crowd estimated near 100,000 was on hand to witness an enthralling 50km race which Andrew Musgrave threatened to steal in the closing stages.

Along with Delancey British Alpine Ski team member Alex Tilley, the pair were the only British skiers to finish their events this weekend after a quartet of moguls skiers were beaten by the weather in Switzerland.


Six skiers on World Cup missions this weekend

World Cup skiing continues this weekend with British athletes competing in Germany, Norway and Switzerland.

Ladies’ alpine kicks off today and continues tomorrow with Saturday’s action also featuring moguls and men’s cross country.

FIS Alpine World Cup – Friday 9 & Saturday 10 March – Ofterschwang GER
Olympian Alex Tilley returns to the World Cup stage today following her Olympic debut in PyeongChang last month.



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