Written by British Ski and Snowboard
After Dave Ryding’s best ever World Cup result last weekend in Are, a podium finish in the San Vigilio Europa Cup on Monday and 4th place in the Obereggen Europa Cup on Wednesday, Slalom skier Dave Ryding will continue his busy schedule with the Europa Cup Slalom in Pozza di Fassa today and the World Cup Slalom in Madonna di Campiglio on Monday evening.
For British Alpine skier Cara Brown, Val d’Isere will be the setting for her first ever World Cup this Sunday (21st December) as she competes in the Super G. The 20 year old will be hoping to hold her own in a field of the best female Alpine skiers in the world.
For many other members of the Delancey British Alpine Ski Team, they will continue racing on the Nor-Am circuit, with the final races in Panorama, Canada. After a 5th place in Wednesday’s Alpine Combined, Alex Tilley will join Katie Guest in the GS on 18th and 20th December. For the men, Charlie Raposo will be aiming to improve on his 23rd place in Wednesday’s GS, competing with teammate Jack Gower in the GS tomorrow.
Aerials skier Lloyd Wallace will be coming off the back of landing his first ever triple on snow to compete in his first World Cup of the season in the impressive setting of the Birds Nest in Beijing. He will compete this Saturday and Sunday as he tries to continue his impressive form.
For the British Cross Country team they will compete in Davos again this weekend in the rearranged World Cup that was meant to take place in La Clusaz, France. Andrew Musgrave, Andrew Young and Posy Musgrave will be in action for the team on Saturday and Sunday.
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