The British Junior Men’s Slalom title was the last race of the 2016 Delancey British Championships and with it, it brought excitement at each turn. This was a race that had the purists watching intently. Britain has a great history and pedigree in Slalom and this race would give some pointers as to how the future lay. When the race unfurled it was Robert Poth who trains with EDEP that had the spoils ahead of Alex Barounos with Paul Henderson in third. Zak Vinter had held the lead after the first run but made a costly mistake on the second to drop out of contention.

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