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The summer of 2018 was all about the World Cup in Russia, but the winter wasn’t so bad for sport either as Team GB achieved their best Winter Olympics tally in South Korea.
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This is one NOT to be missed as Team GB’s women curlers take on Sweden for a place in the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics final.
Licence to Chill: Older (but not necessarily wiser) Ben Kilner expects Team GB success in Pyeongchang 2018
Winter Olympians in the UK have come a long way since snowboarder Ben Kilner became the first British World Cup men’s halfpipe bronze medallist in 2010.
Two-time Olympian Ben Kilner will be hitting the slopes of Chill Factore in Manchester next Thursday November 3 to showcase his skills and offer some top tips.
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Some may be struggling to prosper as the economy crawls out of recession, but for one Mancunian man, there has been no time like the present to start his own business.
British Olympic snowboarder Aimee Fuller, who has been plummeting down ski slopes since the tender age of four, was in Manchester last week to challenge the view of snowboarding as a male-dominated sport.
On Saturday June 6 both skiers and snowboarders compete across categories from under-12 to under-20 along with an ‘open’ section for adults at the event organised by national governing body Snowsport England.
Jones brought home Britain’s first Winter Olympic medal on snow from the Sochi Games in February and has a motivational and uplifting message for youngsters eyeing a career in sport.