The Latest Action from Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships

Find out what happened in the Ski and Snowboard World Ski Champions 2015. Continue Reading →

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The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Show

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder, which can only mean one thing…. the new snowboarding and skiing season is almost here! Continue Reading →

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REVIEW: Shades of Winter: Pure – A female Freeskiing Film

Shades of Winter: Pure
A female Freeskiing Film by Sandra Lahnsteiner Continue Reading →

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Stephanie Gilmore wins in Portugal

Stephanie Gilmore wins the Cascais Women’s Pro in Portugal to go top with one race to go.

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A Triathlon with a Difference

Chichester played host to the largest Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) event the UK has ever seen. Hundreds of people flocked to the beautiful countryside for the UK’s first ever triathlon event where partipates SUP, run and bike.

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Boardmasters: Surf, Snoop Dog and Hurricanes

Boardmasters, the UK’s premiere surf festival, took place on the weekend with all the best names in music, surf, skate and BMX descending onto the coastal town of Newquay. The Sea to Sky team couldn’t make it to the event, so we sent designer and lover of all things surf, Alie Sadler, to cover the event: Continue Reading →

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Bertha Brings Gnarly Surf to Boardmasters

Boardmasters came to an abrupt end on Sunday thanks to the remains of Hurricane Bertha. However, while thousands of revellers left a devastated campsite, the surf competition still went on. Continue Reading →

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Surfer Suffers Serious Wipeout

Surfer, Kevin Bourez, from French Polynesia has taken a horrific wipeout at the Air Tahiti Nui Billabong Pro Trials.

Bourez went head first into the reef and suffered multiple head fractures and face lacerations. He was taken into hospital and had four hours of surgery. He is now in a stable condition. Despite leaving the event in an ambulance, Kevin won the heat and was one of the favourites to win the Air Tahiti Nui Billabong Pro Trials. Continue Reading →

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Zoe Gillings Loses all UK Sport Funding

UK Sport has just announced a major increase of £16 million, taking the total winter sports funding to £31 million, while this is great news to some – especially for the slopestyle team. Continue Reading →

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Canada takes Gold and Sliver in Mountain biking

Catharine Pendrel and Emily Batty, both from Canada, took first and second place in the Women’s cross country mountain biking at the Commonwealth games in Glasgow. Continue Reading →

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