GB Snowsport athletes added another four podiums to what is fast becoming one of the country’s most successful ski and snowboard seasons in history on another weekend of gripping competition.

Topping the bill, Snowboard Cross Crystal Globe holder Charlotte Bankes recorded her second World Cup victory of the season at the Cortina d’Ampezzo World Cup in a typically dominant display of Snowboard Cross racing. The result – her first World Cup win in Cortina – moves Bankes up to second in the season’s overall standings, behind Chloe Trespeuch who Bankes beat into third place with Faye Gulini taking second spot, and Manon Petit Lenoir fourth. In the men’s races, Huw Nightingale came in in 41st place.

Fresh from their X Games heroics, Kirsty Muir and Zoe Atkin also both returned to the World Cup podium this weekend at the Mammoth Mountain Freestyle World Cup. In the Freeski Slopestyle competition, Muir put down a superb demonstration of Slopestyle skiing to take second place in the standings, matching in the process her career best World Cup result from Aspen in 2021. Muir’s score of 84.00 left her just 2.00 points behind Johanne Killi in top spot, and continues a run of form which has seen Muir finish inside the top-8 in seven consecutive World Cup competitions, dating back to March 2021.

In Freeski Halfpipe, Zoe Atkin took the third World Cup podium of her career and joined Muir in taking second place on the podium in her first World Cup competition of the season, straight off the back of her spectacular victory at X Games last weekend. A huge score of 92.75 was only just beaten by China’s Kexin Zhang who topped the podium with 93.50 in a contest that demonstrated again the reasons that Atkin, at just 20 years of age, is so highly rated within the sport.

In the men’s competitions, James Pouch bagged his best ever World Cup result with 32nd place in Slopestyle, just ahead of Tayler Harding in 35th and Tom Greenway, in only the third World Cup entry of his career, coming in 43rd.

On the Europa Cup circuit, meanwhile, Ash Clayton took a brilliant double podium with second place in Big Air and third place in Slopestyle at La Clusaz EC. The results gave Clayton the first EC podiums of their career, having competed in only one previous EC level competition.

Laurie Taylor also notched a career best World Cup result in the Chamonix Slalom World Cup, ending the weekend in 23rd position. Taylor, who is part of the squad that will travel to the Alpine World Championships, was joined in the second run by Dave Ryding who was pushing hard until a straddle prematurely ended his race. Billy Major, meanwhile, was unfortunate not to qualify finishing not far outside of the second run qualification spots.

The weekend’s final British podium fell to Telemark star Jaz Taylor who took third place in the second of two World Cup Sprint races in Les Contamines-Montjoie for her first podium of the season. The earlier of the week’s races saw her finish fifth while, in the men’s races, Timote Gough took a promising 17th place finish.

James Clugnet and Andrew Young continued their preparations for the Cross-Country World Championships with three races in the Toblach World Cup, the pick of the results coming in a 12th place finish as part of a FIS team in the 4 x 7.5km Relay. In the Sprint F, Clugnet took 28th and Young 41st, while Young finished in 36th spot in the 10km F with Clugnet in 57th.

Meanwhile, the Moguls squad travelled to Deer Valley for the latest in their World Cup tour. Will Feneley had the best of the weekend’s action with 8th place in the Dual Moguls competition, matching his best ever World Cup result from Alpe d’Huez in December. Makayla Gerken Schofield came 11th in the Single Moguls competition, Mateo Jeannesson finished 19th in Dual Moguls and 21st in Single Moguls, and Thomas Gerken-Schofield 25th in Single Moguls.

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Four-athlete squad will participate in distance events, with Clugnet, Musgrave, and Young also competing in sprint disciplines

Britain’s Cross-Country World Cup squad will all line up for the Cross-Country World Championships after their selection was confirmed today by GB Snowsport.

The four-man team of James Clugnet, Joe Davies, Andrew Musgrave, and Andrew Young will all participate in the Championships’ distance events, while Clugnet, Musgrave, and Young will also take part in the Championships’ sprint events. The Team Sprint, meanwhile, will see Young and Clugnet leading the British charge in a pairing that has seen some notable results in recent years, including ninth at the Livigno World Cup earlier this month, and sixth in the Dresden World Cup in December 2021. The 2023 Championships will also see Britain enter a Men’s 4 x 10km Relay team for the first time since the 2011 World Championships in Oslo.

The Championships, which will be hosted in Slovenia for the first time in their history, will see eleven days of Cross-Country action beginning with 10km Free qualification round on 22 February and closing with the 50km Mass Start Classic on 5 March.

The British team approach the Championships in excellent form, with six World Cup top-10s including a podium in Beitostolen for Andrew Musgrave, two top-10s for James Clugnet in Davos and Livigno, the latter alongside Andrew Young in the Team Sprint earlier this month. Joe Davies, meanwhile, enters the Championships on the back of a season which has see his World Cup debut and selection for the U23 Cross-Country World Championships.

The 2023 Championships mark the eighth World Championships for Musgrave, seventh for Young, and the fourth for Clugnet, with the team’s best result to date coming in the 2017 Championships in Lahti, Finland, with Musgrave’s fourth place in the 50km Mass Start Free.

Full Squad Selection:

  • James Clugnet (Sprint, Distance, Team Relay, Team Sprint)
  • Joe Davies (Distance, Team Relay)
  • Andrew Musgrave (Sprint, Distance, Team Relay)
  • Andrew Young (Sprint, Distance, Team Relay, Team Sprint)

The Championships begin on 22 February 2023 and run to 5 March 2023.

Header Image: James Clugnet in action during the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships Men’s Cross Country 15 km Finals on March 3, 2021 in Oberstdorf, Germany. (Photo by Millo Moravski/Agence Zoom/Getty Images)

On a week of unprecedented success for British skiers and snowboarders, the nation’s athletes delivered 12 medals including three golds in a show of strength that confirms Britain’s standing as home to some of the world’s most exciting snowsport competitors.

At the Para Alpine World Championships Espot, Spain, Neil Simpson and Rob Poth banked gold, silver, and bronze medals in the Super-G, Slalom, and Giant Slalom respectively, crowning a 12-month period that secured gold and bronze medals in the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games for Simpson alongside his brother Andrew, as well as silver in the Super-Combined on Simpson’s World Championships debut in Lillehammer last year. Skiing together for the first time at major competition, after injury to Andrew in training over the winter, Simpson and Poth delivered a string of outstanding race performances amid fierce competition from the Italian pairing of Giacomo Bertagnolli and Andrea Ravelli, and Austria’s Joannes Aigner and Matteo Fleischmann.

In the Women’s VI Class, Menna Fitzpatrick and Katie Guest continued to show the form which has made Fitzpatrick Britain’s most decorated winter Paralympian with outstanding silver and bronze medal performances in the Giant Slalom and the Slalom, echoing the two medals the pair took at last year’s Lillehammer World Championships.

The Para Nordic World Championships in Ostersund, Sweden, meanwhile delivered a richly-deserved silver medal for Scott Meenagh in the 12.5km Biathlon. Meenagh, whose performances throughout the Championships were exceptional, finally took the podium that he has battled towards for so long, with a pristine shooting performance matched by a blistering ski pace. In the process, Meenagh delivered a first ever British Para Nordic World Championships medal, proving beyond doubt his strength as a skier and as a competitor at the highest levels of one of the most physically demanding sports in the world.

The 2023 X Games in Aspen, Colorado, saw three of the stars of British Freeski and Freestyle Snowboard invited to compete, with Zoe Atkin taking gold in a jaw-dropping display of half-pipe skiing, Kirsty Muir securing a brace of bronze medals in Slopestyle and Big Air that confirmed her status as one of the sport’s most promising athletes, and Mia Brookes a superb sixth place on her X Games debut. The team’s performances propelled Britain to seventh in the medal table, and saw some of Britain’s finest young athletes matched with the world’s best and most exciting freestyle talent.

Freestyle medals were also in the offing at the European Youth Olympic Festival where Team GB flagbearer, Charlie Lane, took gold in Freestyle Snowboard Slopestyle and silver in Big Air. At just 16 years of age, Lane’s performances continue a meteoric rise for the young Brit who first competed at international level in 2020.

In Moguls, Makayla Gerken-Schofield’s superb 2022/23 season finally brought the World Cup podium that her performances have so richly deserved, with third place in the Val St. Come Dual Moguls World Cup. Having taken eighth place in the previous day’s single Moguls contest, Gerken-Schofield’s third spot means she becomes the second Gerken-Schofield to take a Moguls World Cup podium following older brother Thomas Gerken-Schofield’s history-making second place in Krasnoyarsk in 2020, and leaves her having not finished outside the top-10 in any of the season’s seven World Cup competitions to date. In the Men’s competitions, Mateo Jeannesson took 31st in single Moguls and 40th in Dual Moguls, while Makayla’s fellow Beijing 2022 Olympian, Will Feneley, came 36th and 31st in single and Dual Moguls respectively.

With the Cross-Country World Championships on the horizon, Andrew Musgrave, Andrew Young, and James Clugnet were in action at the Les Rousses World Cup, with Young’s 15th place finish in the Sprint C the highlight of the team’s performances. Young also added a 47th and 50th place in the 10km F and 20km C, while Musgrave finished 17th, 52nd, and 35th in 10km F, Sprint C, and 20km C. Clugnet, meanwhile, was 61st in 10km F and 48th in Sprint C.

Alpine interests were focused on Schladming and Spindleruv Mlyn, with the Men’s Slalom and GS teams in action in Schladming, and Reece Bell returning for only the second World Cup race of her career in Spindleruv Mlyn, Dave Ryding delivering the week’s best performance with a 12th place finish in the Schladming Slalom WC.

The Alpine World Junior Championships concluded, with Calum Langmuir and Giselle Gorringe seeing the pick of the results. Langmuir’s 17th in the Men’s Super-G was a performance of real grit and promise, while Gorringe’s 23rd place in the Women’s Super-G left her unfortunate not to secure a top-20 spot, but still with much to reflect positively on. The Men’s Downhill, meanwhile, saw all three British entrants finish within the top-40, with Calum Langmuir in 32nd, Dominic Shackleton in 34th and Max Laughland in 37th. Further finishes were secured by Louis de Pourtales, Laughland, and Langmuir in the Men’s Giant Slalom.

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GB Snowsport are pleased to confirm an eight-athlete squad will compete for Britain at the Nordic World Junior Championships and U23 Championships in Whistler, Canada.

The Championships, which begin on 27 January, will be taking place outside of Europe for only the second time this century following the 2017 Championships in Park City, USA, and will see British representation across Sprint and Distance events in both Championships.

The U23 Championships will see Britain’s newest World Cup Squad member, Joe Davies, joined by Gabriel Gledhill, Beinn Horsfall, James Slimon, and Cameron Cruickshank in a five-man squad.

The Junior Championships, meanwhile, will feature Tabitha Williams and Sophia Wilson who, like Davies, joined the British programme from the Canadian system this year, compete alongside Logan Duncan.

The U23 squad boasts extensive international experience, with Davies and Horsfall both having competed in previous U23 World Ski Championships, all members having previous World Junior Championships experience, and Davies with three World Cup starts under his belt. The World Junior Championships squad will see all three athletes making their Championships debut.

Squad Selections

U23 Championships

  • Cameron Cruickshank (Sprint Events)
  • Joe Davies (Distance Events)
  • Gabriel Gledhill (Sprint & Distance Events)
  • Beinn Horsfall (Sprint & Distance Events)
  • James Slimon (Sprint & Distance Events)

Junior Championships

  • Logan Duncan (Sprint & Distance Events)
  • Tabitha Williams (Sprint & Distance Events)
  • Sophia Wilson (Sprint & Distance Events)

Header Image: Tabitha Williams competes at Alberta Cup in Edmonton, Canada, January 2023. Photo credit: @oneskatephotos

Dave Ryding and Mia Brookes put the crowning touches on an exceptional week of competition for Britain’s Skiers and Snowboarders

A year to the day from his jaw-dropping victory at the Kitzbuehel Slalom World Cup, Dave Ryding was back on the podium for the first time this season as he delivered a blistering second run performance to rise from sixteenth to second on one of the world’s most revered Slalom stages. Remarkably, it was the third time that Ryding had made the podium at Kitzbuehel, having also taken second spot in the 2017 race exactly six years earlier.

In a packed and highly competitive field, Ryding’s first run put him in sixteenth place and with work to do if the race leaders were going to face a challenge from the reigning champion. From the moment he left the gate for this second run, though, it was clear that Ryding wouldn’t relinquish his crown without a fight, putting down a staggeringly fast and technically perfect run that saw him move straight into top spot. In the end, only Switzerland’s Daniel Yule could match Ryding’s endeavours, coming in 0.40s ahead of the Rocket, but 0.31s down on the Brit’s sensational second run time.

Earlier in the competition, Billy Major took an excellent 23rd place finish for his best World Cup finish of the season, while Laurie Taylor just missed out on qualification for the second run.

Incredibly, Ryding’s podium marked Britain’s second snowsport silver of the day, with Mia Brookes earlier delivering on her incredible potential by taking silver in the Laax Open Freestyle Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup. Competing in only her third World Cup competition, having been ineligible through age last season, and the first Slopestyle World Cup of her career, Brookes was in breath-taking form throughout the weekend, qualifying for Finals in top spot before delivering a sensational performance to leave her with a score of 79.91, behind only Beijing Olympic Gold Medallist Zoi Sadowski-Synnott of New Zealand.

Brookes’ World Cup career has now yielded a ninth place, a fifth place, and a runner’s up spot across three World Cups, with the 16-year-old next set to compete in the prestigious X Games competition later this month.

Brookes will be joined at X Games by Freeski sensation Kirsty Muir, who notched yet another World Cup top-10 with sixth place in the Laax Open Freeski Slopestyle World Cup. Muir’s result came through the qualifying rounds as the Final was eventually called off owing to treacherous weather on a weekend beset by challenging conditions. The result gives Muir her eighth World Cup top-10 finish at the age of just 18, with each of her three World Cup competitions this season ending in the top-10.

In the men’s competitions in Laax, Billy Cockrell came 28th in the Snowboard World Cup, while in the Freeski contest Tyler Harding was the pick of the Brits with a 24th place finish, Chris McCormick coming in in 41st, and Tom Greenway in 48th.

Ollie Davies’ World Cup season continued with 17th and 30th placed finishes in Idre Fjall’s back-to-back Ski Cross World Cups, with the first of the two races granting Davies his second best result of the season after his exceptional seventh place finish in the last of 2022’s World Cup races in Innichen, Italy.

While the Para Alpine World Championships suffered schedule changes and delays due to high winds, the Para Nordic World Championships in Ostersund had enjoyed more serene conditions, and a pair of outstanding results for Britain’s sole competitor at this year’s Championships, Scott Meenagh. His fourth and seventh place finishes in the 7.5km Sprint Biathlon and 18km Individual Classic represented an outstanding demonstration of the skill and strength that Meenagh has shown over his years competing for Britain as a Para Nordic sit skier. The Championships are set to continue until 27 January with Meenagh’s form promising more excellent results.

In the Olympic Cross Country discipline, James Clugnet and Andrew Young took a stunning top-10 finish in the Livigno World Cup Team Sprint, with Clugnet also finishing in the top-20 in the Sprint Free race, coming 17th having qualified for Finals in 7th. Andrew Young came in 32nd, just outside of the qualifying sports for the Quarter Finals round.

The Telemark squad saw their first World Cup races of the season deliver a pair of fourth-place finishes for Jaz Taylor in dual sprint races in Carezza, Italy, with Timote Gough also picking up an excellent 12th place finish in the second of the week’s World Cup races.

At the World Junior Alpine Championships, Calum Langmuir picked up the best British men’s result since 2021 with 17th place in the Super-G competition, with an excellent run which saw him looking close to podium form until a tricky few gates near the bottom of the course. Meanwhile, the World University Games saw Britain’s snowsport athletes bank two medals with Scott Johns taking a first ever British WUGS Ski Cross Gold, while Thea Fenwick took bronze in the Freeski Slopestyle event, just ahead of teammate Olivia Burke in fourth. Jay Hebblethwaite also took fourth in the Men’s Freeski Slopestyle, while Ben Carpenter finished 22nd in both Alpine Snowboard Parallel SL and Parallel GS.

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With snow conditions proving tricky across Europe, the Men’s Slalom team continued their recent good form

Dave Ryding extended his run of top-20 finishes to three with a 19th place finish in Adelboden, following on from 12th and 20th at the Madonna di Campiglio and Garmisch-Partenkirchen Slalom World Cups either side of Christmas and New Year.

Ryding’s finishing time of 1:51.63 left him under a second outside of the top-10 and just over 2s back from Lucas Braathen in top spot in a race dominated by the Norwegian and his counterpart, Atle Lie McGrath. Fellow Brits Laurie Taylor and Billy Major both put down strong first runs but finished just outside of qualification for the second run, finishing in 59.23 and 58.37 respectively.

The results continue a positive run of form for the Men’s Slalom squad, which made history just before Christmas with all three team members making the second run of a Slalom World Cup for the first time in the history of British Alpine skiing.

In Giant Slalom, Charlie Raposo was less than 0.5s outside of qualifying for the second run in Adelboden, his time of 1:21.11 in the first run marking a promising performance after a difficult run of form earlier in the season.

Andrew Musgrave’s excellent 2022/23 season continued with the culmination of the Tour de Ski this weekend leaving him with in 19th place in the overall standings, with a best result of 7th in the Oberstdorf 10km C stage at the beginning of the year. James Clugnet took an encouraging 27th place finish in the 1.5km F Sprint stage in Val Mustair on New Year’s Eve.

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Britain’s first SBX World Cup gold of the season arrived with a superb double podium for Charlotte Bankes in back-to-back Cervinia Snowboard Cross World Cups

Having suffered the disappointment of a sickness-related withdrawal at the season’s first World Cup in Les Deux Alpes, Bankes was back in the familiar position of podium finishes, taking third place in the first World Cup race and first in the second of the weekend.

Those results being Bankes’ astonishing recent World Cup record to eleven podiums in the last thirteen World Cup competitions, including seven victories, and further cements her reputation as one of the finest snowsport athletes currently competing on the world circuit. Huw Nightingale found himself just outside the top-30 in both Men’s races, taking 31st and 33rd spot, and marking another step up in his young career having taken 52nd place the last time he was in Cervinia in 2021.

In the third Moguls World Cup competition of the month, Makayla Gerken Schofield’s stunning early-season form brought Britain’s best-ever single Moguls World Cup result as her fourth-place finish sparked jubilation among the British contingent in Alpe d’Huez, before backing it up with yet another top-10 with sixth in the Dual Moguls. Her score of 73.49 in the Singles left her less than 1.5 points off the podium, while her Dual Moguls performance saw match her previous best Dual Moguls result, secured in February 2021 in Deer Valley.

The men’s competitions saw enormous results for Will Feneley and Tom Gerken Schofield, with both taking top-10s in the Dual Moguls. Feneley’s eighth place finish, coming off the back of a 32nd in the Single Moguls, marked the best result of his World Cup career to date, while Gerken Schofield’s 10th place gave him his first top-10 finish since his history-making second place in Krasnoyarsk in February 2020. Mateo Jeannesson, meanwhile, took 21st place in both the Single and Dual Moguls marking an excellent return for the 18-year-old taking the best World Cup results of his career to date.

In the Copper Mountain Big Air World Cup, Freeski sensation Kirsty Muir equalled the third-best World Cup result of her career and her best Big Air World Cup result to date with a superb fifth place. Having qualified in second place, Muir then recorded a sensational 94 for the 1440 on her second Final jump before finishing in an excellent fifth spot, less than eight points outside of the podium positions.

The men’s contest saw British interest from Chris McCormick and James Pouch, with McCormick finishing in 36th spot and James Pouch in 50th.

In Cross-Country, James Clugnet continued the squad’s excellent season in Davos with a superb sixth place in the Sprint Free competition, the highest solo finish of his career to date. Andrew Young took 33rd with Andrew Musgrave finishing in 37th, before Musgrave took tenth place for his fourth top-10 of the season in the 20km F.

In Alpine, Laurie Taylor’s fourth place in the Obereggen Europa Cup was the pick of the results, while Charlie Raposo grabbed ninth place in the Zinal Europa Cup GS before coming 55th in the Alta Badia World Cup GS.

Andrew Musgrave’s second career World Cup podium was the highlight of an exciting weekend’s action, which also saw Makayla Gerken Schofield match her best ever World Cup performance

Andrew Musgrave’s incredible start to the 2022-23 season continued in Beitostolen this weekend, with third place in Saturday’s 10km C giving the 32-year-old his first World Cup podium in five years. Having record fifth and fourth place finishes in 10km races in Ruka and Lillehammer so far this season, Musgrave’s race strategy finally brought him back to the podium with a performance that saw him finish just 10s behind Paal Golberg’s race-winning time.

Andrew Young recorded his own career milestone in the same race, his 23rd place marking his best ever 10km World Cup performance, while Joe Davies took a highly respectable 63rd place in only the third World Cup race of his career.

The weekend’s Sprint C races saw Young take 32nd spot, Musgrave 54th, and James Clugnet 60th, but the weekend belonged firmly to the 10km C and a result which acts as a rich reward for one of Britain’s most dedicated endurance athletes.

A career-best result was also on the cards in the Moguls World Cup in Idre Fjall, Sweden, as Makayla Gerken Schofield took 6th in the Moguls and 8th in the Dual Moguls, with the former marking her best ever Moguls finish and the latter a second career top-10 in Dual Moguls. Leonie Gerken Schofield also performed excellently in Idre Fjall, taking 23rd in the Moguls and 20th in the Dual Moguls, while in the Men’s competitions Will Feneley came 29th in the Moguls and 24th in Dual Moguls, Thomas Gerken Schofield 38th in Moguls and 25th in Dual Moguls, and Mateo Jeannesson 30th in Moguls and 39th in Dual Moguls.

In Alpine, the Men’s Slalom World Cup season finally got underway in Val d’Isere, with Dave Ryding finishing just outside the top-20 having qualified for the second run in ninth spot. Laurie Taylor and Billy Major both took DNFs from the first run, as did Charlie Raposo in the weekend’s Giant Slalom races.

Charlie Guest finished 43rd in the Sestriere Slalom races, with Alex Tilley recording a DNF.

Earlier in the week, the Ski Cross World Cup season got off to a promising start in Val Thorens for Ollie Davies with a 16th place finish in the week’s second WC competition, after a 34th place in the first contest.

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Lillehammer and Ruka saw excellent World Cup results on an exciting weekend for British athletes

Andrew Musgrave’s stunning start to the 2022-23 season continued in Lillehammer with fourth place in Friday’s 10km Free giving him his best result since the 15km F Mass Start in Oberstdorf in December 2021. Coming in just 12.5s behind race winner Iver Tildheim Andersen and only 3.4s off a podium spot, the race continues a superb start to the season, with Musgrave’s weekend also returning 30th and 39th place finishes in the Sprint Free and 20km Classic Mass Start races.

Racing in the first World Cup contests of his career, Joe Davies took an excellent 43rd in the 10km F, placing him seventh among the U23 group, before a DNF in the 20km C Mass Start, while Andrew Young and James Clugnet secured 23rd and 27th in the Sprint Free, and 41st and 52nd in the 20km C Mass Start respectively, capping a promising weekend for the Cross-Country squad now racing as part of Team Aker Daehlie.

In the first Moguls World Cup of the season, Makayla Gerken Schofield topped the British bill in Ruka with an exceptional 10th place finish. Makayla, who lit up the Olympics in Beijing with the best ever result for a British Moguls skier at an Olympic Winter Games, came in between the Japanese pair Haruka Ihara and Hinako Tomitaka to take the fifth World Cup top-10 finish of her career. Leonie Gerken Schofield lodged a promising 23rd place, while in the Men’s competition Mateo Jeannesson took 23rd, Thomas Gerken Schofield 35th and Will Feneley 42nd spot.

The opening Snowboard Cross World Cup of the season saw a weekend of frustration for British athletes. In the women’s races, defending Crystal Globe holder Charlotte Bankes looked in typically exceptional form qualifying for finals in first spot, but was forced to withdraw before the beginning of the final having suffered with sickness throughout the weekend. Huw Nightingale, meanwhile, took 45th spot one place ahead of the USA’s Beijing Olympic Winter Games Team Gold medallist Nick Baumgartner.

A difficult week for the Alpine squad saw a flurry of DNFs, with Roy Steudle, Giselle Gorringe, Owen Vinter, Samuel Todd-Saunders and Charlie Raposo all landing DNFs in Beaver Creek, Zinal and Gurgl. Gorringe did manage to take a 54th spot in the second of the EC Super G races in Zinal in the first EC race of her career.

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