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Racing and riding news

Ed Drake Announces Retirement
Ed Drake Announces Retirement
One of the finest British ski racers of his generation has sadly hung up his ski boots aged 30 after over 20 years of racing.
Rising domestic ski and snowboard talent showcased at three English Indoor Championships
Rising domestic ski and snowboard talent showcased at three English Indoor Championships
The English Moguls, Slopestyle and Ski & Snowboard Cross Championships come to Chill Factore in Manchester this summer - newly updated to include results from round 1!
Two exciting announcements for UK snowsports
Two exciting announcements for UK snowsports
Although the 2015/2016 season may be coming to an end, two new snowsports concepts have been launched this Spring. They are focussed on increasing participation and nurturing the talent right here in the UK by utilising the fantastic indoor and outdoor facilities in this country through the spring and into summer.
Highlights of the BRITS 2016
Highlights of the BRITS 2016
The 2016 edition of the UK's premier freestyle ski and snowboard competition returned to its spiritual home of Laax in Switzerland. With perhaps the strongest field ever assembled, the standard was higher than ever and despite some seriously challenging conditions - as Chris Madoc-Jones reports - the BRITS were once again a resounding success.
What a season it has been for British athletes!
What a season it has been for British athletes!
As winter draws to a close and the snow begins to melt, it is time to reflect on what was an epic season for British wintersports athletes. Medals, personal bests and unprecedented exposure have followed - here are 6 of the highlights and apologies to those who miss out:
Cara Brown crowned Overall Champion at the Delancey British National Alpine Championships 2016
Cara Brown crowned Overall Champion at the Delancey British National Alpine Championships 2016
After a week of fierce competition on the slopes of Tignes, one of Britain's up-and-coming ski racing stars came out on top of a very strong field at the 2016 Champs. This event rounds off what has been an excellent season for Team BSS athletes.
Ian Innes wins the Ski Club of Great Britain Challenge Cup in Tignes
Ian Innes wins the Ski Club of Great Britain Challenge Cup in Tignes
The cup was won at the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships in Tignes
Catching up with Katie Ormerod
Catching up with Katie Ormerod
At the tender age of 16, Katie Ormerod became the first women ever to nail a double-cork 1080. Ever since she's been taking the snowboarding world by storm.

Resort news

Spotlight on: Mt Ruapehu
Spotlight on: Mt Ruapehu
The largest vertical drop and the most lifts in New Zealand await at the spectucular resorts on the Mt Ruapehu Volcano - Whakapapa and Turoa.
What to look forward to in the Southern Hemisphere this season
What to look forward to in the Southern Hemisphere this season
As the snow melts away from the Alps and the Rocky Mountains, our attentions here at the Ski Club are turning firmly towards the summer skiing season, and in particular down to the Southern...
Spotlight on: Portillo
Spotlight on: Portillo
Despite the variety of groomed intermediate slopes, most of the visitors to Portillo come for its incredible off piste terrain and powder.
Spotlight on: Hokkaido
Spotlight on: Hokkaido
Japan is known to many as the home of karate, sushi platters and innovative technology. But for us here at the Ski Club, Japan holds the key to a dreamland of powder skiing - arguably second to none.