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Team Evolution Camps

Free places on the camps will be allocated to the following races and age categories.

Welwyn - U12
Norfolk - U16
Hemel - U14
Essex - U18
Tallington - U10
Ipswich - U21

Norfolk Club National

Good news about the Norfolk Club National on Saturday 30th May. It will be starting at 9.30am earlier than the previously published time of 2pm. It means we will be finished between 4pm and 5pm.

Thank you to the Ski Centre for making the changes. 

Download the invite from here.

Day Training Camp at Welwyn with Ed and Jon

Ed Drake and Jon Reidy are running a day camp at Welwyn ski centre this coming Friday 10th April. This is a perfect chance to get back into the summer racing mode ready for the first ERSA Summer League at Welwyn on the 19th April.

09:45 Arrive
10:00 - 10:30 Warm up
10.30 - 12.30 Skiing
12.30 - 13.15 Lunch
13.15 - 15.00 Skiing
15.00 - 15.30 Break
15.30 - 16.30 Skiing
16.30 Finish

Please bromg a packed lunch, lots of water and trainers as well as all ski equipment. 

Delancey British Champs ends

Press release: 5th April 2015

Delancey British Alpine Children’s Championships 2015 ends on a high in Tignes

After battling with tricky weather conditions for much of the week, the Delancey British National Alpine Children’s Championships ended on a high with a bluebird day, concluding a challenging but rewarding week which gave the rising stars of British skiing a chance showcase their talents.

Tuesday – U16 & U14 Slalom 

Moynihan and Brown take titles at British Junior Champs GS

Moynihan and Brown take the titles at the Delancey British National Junior Championships Giant Slalom

The Delancey British National Alpine Championships saw clear blue skies and great race-piste conditions for the Giant Slalom National Junior race today.

The men kicked off the GS in the first run, and there was a tough battle for the top spot on the British podium. Nick Moynihan pipped Max Baggio to the post beating Baggio’s overall time by one hundredths of a second finishing in 1:52.83 minutes.

Ryding and Tilley at British Champs

For immediate release: 27th March 2015  

Ryding and Tilley take British Slalom titles and Max Baggio is crowned overall winner of the Delancey British Alpine Championships

Two - time Olympian Dave Ryding lit up the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships on a day that saw Great Britain’s best battle a cocktail of tricky conditions.

British Champs update 26th March 2015

Press release: 26 March 2015

Tilley off to good start with GS win and Baggio takes third title at Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships

World Cup star Alex Tilley is hopeful that a golden end to her season will snowball into next year after she stormed to the Giant Slalom title at the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships.

Baggio and Brown on top of the Downhill podiums at the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships

MAX Baggio admits topping the podium is a feeling he’ll never get bored of after the teenage speed demon added to his growing medal collection on day two of the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships.

The Downhill discipline proved another high-octane event in Tignes after the thrills and spills of Monday’s Super-G.

And on Tuesday, fresh from being crowned British National Super-G Champion, 19-year-old Baggio won the British National Downhill title to match – gliding across the line with a time of 1:15.89minutes.

London Schools Ski Race - Open Training Sessions

Time moves on and the Summer term is just round the corner. That means training sessions will start for the London Schools Ski Race.

The first session is on Saturday 25 April, 2.30-4.30 at Welwyn.

British Champs Super G

Press release: 23 March 2015

Mead takes double Super G titles with Baggio and Moynihan taking the Men’s Super G honours at Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships

Darcie Mead admits she had to pull out all the stops before topping the Super-G podium twice at the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships.

More than 100 skiers took to the sun-kissed slopes of Tignes for the Super-G event, which had been postponed on Sunday due to poor weather conditions.

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