Best British result in World Cup Aerials since 1995 for Lloyd Wallace and Woodsy finishes seventh in Park City World Cup Slopestyle

British Aerials skier Lloyd Wallace finished a fantastic 11th place in the World Cup Finals in Raubichi, Belarus. This was the first time Lloyd had made the finals. Lloyd said: “It felt really good, I’m so psyched, especially after having had a terrible training day yesterday with awkward conditions. I really wasn’t expecting to make finals this season, but I guess I knew it was possible if I was both good and lucky at the same time”. … 

11th Is Britain’s best Aerials World Cup result since Raz Cobbing’s 7th at Oberjoch in 1995. Lloyd finishes the season ranked 24th in the World Cup Grand Prix. He now has 4 Europa Cups in the Alps followed by the Junior World Championships on 24th March.

In Park City, James Woods finished a credible 7th place in the Men’s Ski Slopestyle Finals. After qualifying 5th in his heat, Woodsy couldn’t quite hit a podium spot, but said he was “very happy” with his skiing and that he “just didn’t manage to pull every little piece together” for his final runs. Woodsy is now in La Clusaz, France for the SFR Freestyle Tour. Competition starts today – weather permitting.

The Telemark World Championships have now concluded in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, with Jaz Taylor finishing the Champs with 7th position in the Classic race. This followed her bronze medal win in the Sprint earlier in the week. Jaz will now compete next in the World Cup in Thyon, Switzerland starting this Friday.

The Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun also concluded this weekend, with Andrew Musgrave finishing 34th in the 50km Classic. This concluded a busy two weeks of racing for Muzzy, including his 12th place finish in the Skiathlon and 16th in the 15km Freestyle. 

At the Speed Skiing World Championships in Andorra, there have been tricky conditions with the weather and snow. Jan Farrell made two 9th positions in qualifying, 1.9km/h behind record holder Simone Origone. Today’s races have been cancelled, however, due to the weather.

Moguls skier Max Willis finished 32nd in the Single Moguls and 38th in the Dual Moguls in Tazawako, Japan, this weekend, his first World Cup of the season.

Last weekend also saw Ski Cross athlete Emma Peters secure her best ever result in a Europa Cup, coming 6th at the race in Watles, Germany.

This weekend is the start of the Alpine World Junior Championships in Hafjell, Norway, where 12 members of the Delancey British Alpine team will compete.