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Team GB’s Ski & Snowboard squad for PyeongChang 2018

Team GB’s Ski & Snowboard squad for PyeongChang 2018

Team GB will be taking a record number of athletes to the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games including more skiers and snowboarders than ever before as the squad is announced for the upcoming games.

Twenty-five athletes will compete across alpine, cross country, freestyle skiing and snowboard events with the previous record of 22 selected for Cortina 1956. Freestyle skiing is the largest of the ski and snowboard disciplines with 11 athletes selected, while six snowboarders will compete in PyeongChang including Zoe Gillings-Brier who is set for her fourth Winter Olympics. Four alpine and four cross-country skiers complete the team.

The Winter Olympics kicks off with the opening ceremony on Friday 9th February and the closing ceremony will take place on Sunday 25th February. Take a look at the Ski & Snowboard events schedule here.
 

Team GB’s Ski & Snowboard squad for PyeongChang 2018

Alpine Skiing

Charlie Guest, aged 24, from Perth, Scotland
Dave Ryding, 31, from Leyland, Lancashire
Laurie Taylor, 21, from Basingstoke, Hampshire
Alex Tilley, 24, from Torphins, Scotland
 

Cross-Country Skiing

Andrew Musgrave, 27, from Poole, Dorset
Callum Smith, 25, from Inverurie, Scotland
Annika Taylor, 24, from Truckee, USA
Andrew Young, 25, from Huntly, Scotland
 

Freestyle Skiing

Izzy Atkin, 19, from Boston, USA
Murray Buchan, 26, from Edinburgh, Scotland
Rowan Cheshire, 22, from Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Alexander Glavatsky-Yeadon, 23, from Hong Kong
Tyler Harding, 21, from Halifax, Yorkshire
Emily Sarsfield, 34, from Durham
Peter Speight, 25, from Sheffield, Yorkshire
Katie Summerhayes, 22, from Sheffield, Yorkshire
Molly Summerhayes, 20, from Sheffield, Yorkshire
Lloyd Wallace, 22, from Bath, Somerset
James Woods, 26, from Sheffield, Yorkshire
 

Snowboarding

Rowan Coultas, 20, from Bedford
Aimee Fuller, 26, from Belfast, Northern Ireland
Zoë Gillings-Brier, 32, from Douglas, Isle of Man
Billy Morgan, 28, from Southampton, Hampshire
Jamie Nicholls, 24, from Bradford, Yorkshire
Katie Ormerod, 20, from Brighouse, Yorkshire


View all athletes competiting at PyeongChang 2018

Park and pipe team

Photo: Sam Mellish/ GB Park and Pipe

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