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BRITS CHASING SUCCESS IN SIX COUNTRIESBritish skiers and snowboarders are spread across three continents THIS coming week, contesting World, Europa and Far East Cup competitions. Leading the way are the GB Cross Country team who line up for their first World Cup of the season in Norway, a pair of GB Alpine skiers are in the US while two riders saw World Cup action today at the para snowboard World Cup in Finland.
Weekend Wrap: Tilly Leads GB ChargeGB Snowsport athletes saw international action in World Cup, Europa Cup and FIS competitions across a range of disciplines over the weekend throughout Austria, Norway, Canada and the United States
Mixed British results over the weekend in Alpine and Cross CountryThe winter season stepped up another gear on the weekend with seven British skiers competing in high-class competition with the Alpine World Cup in Finland and the Norwegian season-opening races in Beitostolen.
Menna and Jen Receive an MBE from the Queen!Snowsport England would like to congratulate Paralympic gold medalists Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe on receiving an MBE from Her Majesty The Queen at Windsor Castle on the morning of 2nd November 2018.
Snowsport England collaborate with Telegraph Ski & Snowboard as new media partnerSnowsport England has announced a new media partnership with Telegraph Ski & Snowboard, working together to spread the news about grass roots skiing and snowboarding, participation opportunities and the junior and development side of snowsports, as well as collaborating on events.
Club Safeguarding Club ChecklistClubs have a moral and legal duty of care to safeguard children. Working Together to Safeguard Children (WTSC) 2018 is statutory guidance and the new 2018 edition specifically includes sports clubs.
New strategy to change the reality of disability, inclusion and sportActivity Alliance today (6th September) releases a new three-year strategy – Achieving Inclusion Together. Determined to change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport, the charity looks to a future where disabled people are just as likely as non-disabled people to be active. Leaders from Government, sport, leisure and third sector joined the call for action when the strategy was unveiled at Activity Alliance’s 20th Anniversary celebration last night.