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The Delancey British Alpine Ski Team are in St Moritz for the second week of the Alpine World Ski Championships.
Yesterday saw Alex Tilley finish in 30th position after putting down two solid runs in the World Championship GS. Cara Brown, who has only recently come back from a knee injury, qualified for the main race, but yesterday just missed out on the second run finishing in 65th place. Tilley will now race in the Ladies Slalom on Saturday.
Laurie Taylor qualified in an excellent 17th place for the Men’s GS main race, which takes place this morning. He will also be aiming to qualify for Sunday’s main Slalom race, with qualification taking place on Saturday.
This Sunday Dave Ryding will be looking to continue his recent World Cup form. The Slalom marks the culmination of two weeks of action at the World Championships, and will undoubtedly be an exciting race, with Ryding looking to make history for Great Britain.
Watch all the Alpine World Ski Championships on Eurosport and also on BBC Red Button and website.
Away from the World Championships, Charlie Raposo and Nick Moynihan are competing in the Oberjoch Europa Cup, which features a GS today and tomorrow, then a Slalom on Sunday.
The GB Park and Pipe Halfpipe skiers are in PyeongChang this week for the Olympic Ski Halfpipe test event. With only six skiers going through to finals in the Ladies event, the British girls just missed out with Rowan Cheshire finishing in an excellent 9th place and Molly Summerhayes in 16th. In the men’s event, young gun Alexander Glavatsky-Yeadon put in a great performance to finish in 20th. Murray Buchan finished in 25th place overall and after showing impressive form in training, a hand down cost Pete Speight valuable marks, with him finishing in 29th position.
Billy Morgan is in Los Angeles for this weekend’s Air + Style event. The Big Air event kicks off on Saturday with qualification and finals on Sunday.
Today we see GB Park and Pipe Pathway athletes Glen Ironside, Gabriel Adams and Ethan Smith competing at the Big Air Europa Cup in Groetschen.
At the Erzurum 2017 European Youth Olympic Winter Festival, Snowboard Cross athlete Ellie Soutter won Team GB’s first medal of the event, claiming a Bronze medal on Wednesday. Teammate Maisie Hill finished just behind her in 5th overall after winning the B final.
“I don’t think it’s quite sunk in yet,” said Soutter, “I’m a little bit emotional. I cried as I crossed the line. I was just so emotional as it hasn’t been the best season for me and it’s finally on the way up.”
In the Alpine races, Angus Wills clocked the best of the Alpine results so far, finishing 9th in the Boys GS. In the Girls GS Abi Bruce finished in 26th and Olivia Ward just behind her in 28th, unfortunately Alicja Krahelski DNF’d in the first run. Krahelski put this behind her and in the Slalom finished an excellent 16th place with Abi Bruce in 23rd and Olivia Ward in 28th. Yesterday in the Boy’s Slalom Ryan Brown finished in 17th place after the two runs whilst Angus Wills did not race. Today rounds off the Alpine competition in Erzurum with the Team Parallel Slalom. Great Britain made it through to the quarter finals, but were then unfortunately knocked out by Russia.
In Cross Country, Jack Nicholls, Fergus Newman, Oliver Newman and Brodie Murray have been in action for Team GB. In the Boys 7.5km Classic, Oliver Newman had the best result finishing in 38th, behind him was Jack Nicholls in 41st, Fergus Newman in 43rd and Brodie Murray in 49th. Then in the Boys 10km Freestyle on Tuesday, Jack skied well to finish 40th, with Fergus in 48th, Oliver in 50th and Brodie in 52nd. In the Boys Sprint Freestyle, unfortunately none of the boys made it through to the finals.
Today is the Mixed Relay.
This weekend sees the first of the World Junior Championships with the World Junior Snowboard Cross Championships in Klinovec, Czech Republic. Competing for Great Britain will be Maisie Potter and Anna Richardson in the ladies contest and Brandon Cain, Bradley Gaulter, Douglas Green and Michael Searing for the men. The individual race is on Saturday and team event on Sunday.
At the Prato Leventina Europa Cup this week, Leonie Gerken Schofield placed in 7th place with Makayla Gerken Schofield finishing 19th and Thomas Gerken Schofield in 29th.
For all the information on British Ski and Snowboard visit www.teambss.org.uk.
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