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Some News about LSERSA skiers and Results from the 2005/06 Snow Season

These are in reverse chronological order of event. At the end is a list of Regional Skiers in National Squads together with links to their FIS pages where appropriate.



2006 British Junior & Children's Championships - Meribel, France 9th - 14th April 2006
Report to follow.
Click here for full results, prize winners list and press releases
 

English Alpine Championships 2006 - Puy St Vincent, France 2nd - 7th April 2006
Report to follow.
Click here for full results
 

Chemmy wins GS at French National Ski Championships
Chemmy Alcott won the International Giant Slalom competition at the French National Ski Championships in Villard de Lans on 2nd April having won a FIS GS on the same course the previous day.
See the SnowSportGB Press Release and her FIS page for links to the full results.
 

British Land National Ski Championships - LSERSA success
A number of LSERSA skiers did very well in these championships held in generally bad weather in Meribel.
Katrina Head was overall champion having come 2nd in the Downhill, 3rd in the Giant Slalom and 2nd in the Slalom.
Chemmy Alcott won both the Giant Slalom and Slalom, but did not compete in the Downhill.
In the men's races Dan Berry, a 19 year old Londoner who has lived in Canada since he was 12, was 3rd in the Downhill (and 1st Junior) and was 2nd in the Giant Slalom.
Aaron Tipping picked up the cup for best Britsh under 18 in the Giant Slalom.
Full Results, prizewinners' list and SnowSportGB Press Releases
 

Chemmy Alcott's Success in GS at Europa Cup Finals
Chemmy posted the best second run time to lift her from 30th after the first run to 9th to earn her her best FIS GS points.
See SnowSportGB Press Release
See her FIS page for links to the full results.
 

Chemmy Alcott's Olympic Memories - article on ifyouski.com web site, 2nd March 2006
 
Chemmy Alcott's reflections on the Olympics - article in Daily Telegraph, 28th February 2006
 

Chemmy Alcott's Olympic Giant Slalom in Sestriere
In difficult conditions, heavy falling snow and poor visibility, for the Olympic Giant Slalom on the 24th, Chemmy finished the first run in a disappointing 32nd but redeemed herself with the 15th fastest second run to finish 22nd overall.
For more details, reports and pictures see:
SnowsportGB Press Release
Turin Olympic Womens' GS page for the full results
Chemmy's FIS page.
 

Chemmy Alcott's Olympic Super G Success in San Sicario
Chemmy had another top 20 finish when she came 19th in the postponed Olympic Super G on the 20th.
For more details, reports and pictures see:
SnowsportGB Press Release
BBC Web Site page - includes pictures
The Telegraph with links to pictures
Turin Olympic Womens' SG page for the full results
Chemmy's FIS page.
 

Article about Chemmy Alcott in The Sunday Times, 19th February 2006
Eleventh in the downhill was superb, but Chemmy Alcott is confident she can really shine in today’s super-G
 

Chemmy Alcott's Olympic DownHill Success in San Sicario
Chemmy came a season's best 11th in the Olympic DownHill - best by a British Woman for 40 years.
For more details, reports and pictures see:
SnowsportGB Press Release
BBC Web Site page - includes links to video and interview
The Telegraph with links to pictures
Turin Olympic Womens' DH page for the full results
Chemmy's FIS page.
 

Chemmy Alcott's article in Daily Telegraph, 10th February 2006
 

GBR Children - International Race - Trofeu Borrufa, Andorra
Alessia Thomas-Jackson, on top form throughout the week, completed two difficult runs to take the bronze medal in the Slalom event in Arinsal, and picked up a further trophy for her 5th place in the new FIS ‘Combi’ event.
See SnowsportGB Press Release and the British Childrens Team web site for further details.

British School Girls and British School Boys Races
LSERSA Skiers did very well in these races - see the Girls Prizewinners list, Boys Prizewinners list and the Britski site for full results.
 

British Biathlon Championships
Alan Eason from the London Region Nordic ski club is the new British 15Km Champion.
See their web site or a local copy of the event results.
 

Chemmy Alcott's World Cup Success in Cortina
Chemmy came 19th in the Super G on the 27th.
See SnowSportGB Press Release
Chemmy came 26th in the downhill on the 28th.
See SnowSportGB Press Release
See her FIS page for links to the full results.
 

Article about Eloise Greenhalgh (1.6MB PDF)
Scan of an article in the Esher & Cobham Guardian about Eloise Greenhalgh and other SPSRC skiers at the BARSC Championships.
 

British Children's Team & Squad 2006
The following LSERSA skiers are in the recently announced British Children's Team & Squad 2006:
Emily Evans, Eloise Greenhalgh, Charlotte Jesse and Alessia Thomas-Jackson
Thomas Kirton and Sam Wrench
See The British Children's Ski Team web site for details of races.
 

Chemmy Alcott's World Cup Success in Bad Kleinkirchheim
Chemmy came a season's best 12th in the Super G on the 15th.
See SnowSportGB Press Release
See her FIS page for links to the full results.
 

Article about Chemmy Alcott in The Sunday Times, 8th January 2006
 

News about Ed Drake's operation and recovery
On Ski Club of Great Britain's web site   local copy
Picture of Ed training on 22nd Dec
 

Chemmy Alcott's World Cup Success in Val D'Isere
Chemmy came 17th in the Super G on the 18th.
See the SnowsportGB press release   (local copy)   and article in The Herald, a Glasgow publication   (local copy).
See her FIS page for links to the full results.
 

Emily Evans sponsored by Elan Skis via GBR Sports
GBR Sports are the UK distributor of Elan Skis and Snowboards. They will be sponsoring Emily Evans this coming season. In 2005 Emily easily won her age group in the LSERSA series, did exceptionally well in the Grand Prix series and won her age group at the All England Championships.
 

Good and bad news about Ed Drake
Ed was presented with Kandahar’s Premier Award at the club's AGM dinner on 1st December.
Unfortunately he will miss the whole of the 2005/06 season because he is having an operation on his hip on 12th December.
Click here for more details and a picture.
 

Chemmy Alcott's World Cup Success in Lake Louise
Chemmy came 25th in the Downhill on the 2nd December and 14th in the Super G on the 4th.
See the SnowsportGB press releases for the Downhill and for the SuperG
See her FIS page for links to the full results.
 

Article about Chemmy Alcott in The Times, 2nd December 2005     Local Copy
 

Chemmy Alcott's article in Daily Telegraph, 2nd December 2005     Local Copy
 

Beauty on the piste
PDF of article about Chemmy Alcott in Special Sampler Edition of 'Good Ski Guide' magazine.
 

Ed Drake - future British talent sponsored by the Ski Club     Local Copy
Article about Ed Drake on Ski Club of Great Britain web site
PDF of article in SCGB's magazine, Ski & Board - LARGE - 8MB
 

Chemmy Alcott's article in Daily Telegraph, 21st October 2005     Local Copy
 

British Hopes at Winter Olympics - Daily Telegraph, 21st October 2005     Local Copy
 

Meet the British Alpine Ski Team     Local Copy
On the Natives' web site: the British Alpine Ski Team, including the two LSERSA skiers, Chemmy Alcott and Jo Greig
 

Regional Skiers in 2005/06 National Squads
together with links to their FIS pages and web sites
The British Land Alpine Ski Team
    Chemmy Alcott     Her FIS page
    Joanna Greig Her FIS page
    Ed Drake His FIS page
The England Alpine Ski Team - A - Full-time
    Katrina Head Her FIS page
    James Bennett His FIS page
    Peter Whelan His FIS page
The England Alpine Ski Team - A - Part-time
    Louise Thomas Her FIS page
    Aaron Tipping His FIS page
The England Alpine Ski Team - B
    Franki Simonds Her FIS page
    Jo Ogden His FIS page
The British Children's Ski Team
    Emily Evans
    Eloise Greenhalgh
    Charlotte Jesse
    Alessia Thomas-Jackson
    Thomas Kirton
    Sam Wrench
The South African National Ski Team
    Alex Heath His FIS page



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