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Andrew Musgrave impresses, Tilley close in Aspen and a great start to the season for Telemarker Jasmin Taylor

The last weekend of November produced some more exciting results from British Ski and Snowboard athletes 
to kick start the 2014/15 winter season


Cross Country skier Andrew Musgrave finished an impressive 33rd in the 15km Classic race at the World Cup in Ruka, Finland. 
This was Muzzy’s first World Cup of the season and he is looking in great form ahead of the rest of the winter.


In Alpine Skiing, Delancey Team skier Alex Tilley competed in her first World Cup of 
the 2014/15 season in Aspen at the weekend. After skiing out in Saturday’s GS race, Tilley went on to showcase 
her fantastic form at the moment finishing 0.3 seconds off qualifying for the second run in yesterday’s Slalom.
 After the race she said “It’s going to happen one day soon. I think I know where I can make up four tenths too.”


British Telemark skier Jasmin Taylor had a good return to racing after injury, finishing 4th on Friday and 
7th on Saturday in the Sprint races at the Telemark World Cup in Hintertux. Over in the men’s competition,
Jasmin’s team mate Louis Hatchwell started his World Cup campaign with a 35th and 31st on Friday and Saturday respectively. 
Following the races, Jasmin said: “It feels like a solid start to the season and it’s really motivating to have a clear set
of results to work from. I’m looking forward to everything that is to come!”

Highlights from Parallel Sprint can be seen here:


In the Salla FIS races in Finland, Delancey British Alpine Ski Team athlete Max Baggio scored 
an impressive 35-point result in Slalom, finishing in 6th, and just missing out on the podium.


For the Snowboard Cross Junior athletes, there were good results from Max Thidling in the Junior
 FIS race in Pitztal, finishing 9th on Sunday.  This was following a 17th place on Saturday.


Mogul skier Ellie Koyander is also now in Ruka getting prepared for her first 
World Cup of the winter in mid-December.


Today sees the exodus of the GB Park and Pipe Team to Breckenridge, Colorado, their training
 base for the next couple of months, with lots of exciting competitions to come.

Kicking things off for Park and Pipe is the first Halfpipe World Cup of the 14/15 season in 
Copper Mountain, USA. The Freestyle competition runs from 3rd-5th December with James Machon 
representing Great Britain, and the Snowboarders step up 4th-6th December with Ben Kilner and Lewis Courtier-Jones.


The British Cross Country Elite Squad will be in action in the Lillehammer World Cup, in Norway.
 Posy Musgrave, Andrew Young and Andrew Musgrave will all be competing in the event running from 5th-7th December.


Great Britain Snowboard Cross athletes will also be competing in Pitztal, Austria,
 with the National Championship race on 3rd December and the Europa Cup on 4th December.


And over in the States the North American Cup Alpine circuit gets underway in Copper
 Mountain and Aspen, with Great Britain’s Alpine athletes competing in both events,
 running from 1st-4th December.


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British Ski and Snowboard is sponsored by Delancey

Background to Principal Sponsor Delancey’s Involvement

This is Delancey’s 4th year of funding for British Ski and Snowboard, and Sir John Ritblat’s 36th year.

Just four years ago, on the eve of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, Snowsport GB 
the then National Governing Body (NGB) for British Snowsports was placed in to Administration 
and athletes already in training camps immediately prior to the games faced the prospect 
of being sent home unless a new NGB was established.

In response, the British Olympic Association stepped in and formed a temporary organisation, 
which Delancey quickly got behind. Together, they drove to create a permanent organisation with
 sound Governance and operating principles and a vision of achieving future World Cup and Olympic medals. 

Now, four years later, the Delancey backed NGB, saw nineteen athletes, who are arguably 
the strongest group of Snowsport athletes ever, deliver an unrivalled performance at the 2014 
Sochi Olympic Winter Games.

About Delancey

Delancey is a specialist real estate investment, development and advisory company 
whose activities encompass retail, residential and commercial real estate across London and the UK.

Delancey has a diverse portfolio of retail, residential, office and corporate assets 
across London and the UK, including the Alpha Plus Group, East Village, the former London 2012 Athletes Village; 
and the UKs leading creative and digital hub at Here East, the former Olympic Press and Broadcast Centre.

Delancey’s work is not simply restricted to bricks and mortar. Founder and CEO Jamie Ritblat and his 
team are conscious to ensure they have a positive impact on the environment, its local community 
and future generations. As well as contributing to relevant projects and initiatives local to their developments,
 Delancey was awarded a Gold Medal at the 2013 Centenary Chelsea Flower Show with 
an ‘East Village’ garden - which was later re-located by the charity Groundwork London to 
a Children’s play area in East London. Delancey also looks to support young, future stars as Principal Sponsor 
of British Ski and Snowboard, the UK Schools Chess Challenge and as charity partner to the innovative 
youth charity Snow-Camp.