The cross country World Championships wind up in Austria this weekend where Andrew Musgrave will be looking to take his top ten form from the skiathlon and 15km into the 50km skate, the event he finished in which he finished fourth in 2017. There are also GB athletes in action at World Cups for moguls, snowboard cross and alpine over the first few days in March.


  • World Championships, Seefeld AUT – Thu 21 February to Sun 3 March

Andrew Musgrave produced his third World Championships top 10 result as he powered to equal eighth in the men’s 15km classic yesterday in Austria.

The 28-year-old has made strong improvements to his classic racing over the past two seasons and proved it by improving his 2017 result by four places in one of his best international performances. The result came just four days after recording seventh place in Saturday’s skiathlon.

Andrew Young was 36th, his best individual World Championships performance outside the sprint races.

The pair will line up on Sunday in the final event of the World Championships, the 50km skate. There is much anticipation around Musgrave’s chances after he broke records with a fourth place effort in the corresponding event in 2017, just 1.5sec off the podium and less than three seconds from the win.

On Tuesday, Nichole Bathe and Annika Taylor finished their Championships with the 10km classic. Bathe finished 50th and Taylor 58th, with the pair now joining James Clugnet in Beijing, China for a series of sprint races over the coming week.

Sunday’s 50km mass start commences at 12pm GMT with coverage on Eurosport 1 from 11:30am.


  • World Cup, Bequeira Beret ESP – Friday 1 to Saturday 2 March
  • Europa Cup, Dolni Morava CZE – Friday 1 March
  • World University Games, Krasnoyarsk RUS – Saturday 2 to Sunday 3 March

Charlotte Bankes will be looking to claim another World Cup podium when she heads to Spain this week for the second last stop on the 2018/19 World Cup circuit.

The World Championships silver medallist has finished no worse than sixth in any event this year which has also featured three Europa Cup wins and a World Cup podium.

She will be joined by Maisie Potter who is competing in just her third World Cup since coming back from a foot injury which kept her out for close to twelve months.

Snowboard cross will also feature on the opening days of the World University Games in Russia with Douglas Green in action on Saturday, hoping to qualify through to Sunday’s finals.

The Czech Republic will also play host to a Europa Cup ski cross race tomorrow with Faith Davie, Alannah Lawrie, Claire Winthrop, Mathi Avent and Laurence Willows will be in action.

The Eurosport Player will feature coverage of snowboard cross finals from the World Cup in Spain at Saturday 12:20pm GMT, and the World University Games in Russia at Sunday 6:30am.


  • World Cup, Shymbaluk KAZ – Saturday 2 to Sunday 3 March

Fresh from strong results at the World Championships and last week’s World Cup in China, a quartet of GB Moguls skiers are in Kazakhstan for the final event of the season.

Asian venues have been a happy hunting ground for Makayla Gerken Schofield this year with four top-16 performances from as many events accounting for her best-ever World Cup performances in moguls and dual moguls. They include her second-best moguls and dual moguls results last week in Japan and she will be hoping to continue that form in Shymbaluk.

Her brother Thomas recorded his best-ever individual moguls result last week (14th), one of four top 20 World Cup performances he has achieved this year. Max Willis (25th) earned his career-best dual moguls result a week ago while brother Wil earned his best-ever World Cup results in both the individual (35th) and dual (34th) events.

The moguls World Cup will be broadcast on the Eurosport Player. The individual moguls finals will be available at Saturday 7:20am while the dual moguls will be on Sunday at the same time.


  • World Junior Championships, Val di Fassa ITA – Mon 18 to Wed 27 February
  • World Cup, Kvitfjell NOR – Fri 1 to Sun 3 March
  • Europa Cups, Oberjach GER/Jasna SVK – Thu 28 February to Sun 3 March

The Junior World Championships wrapped up earlier this week in Italy with the men’s slalom representing GB Alpine’s final events of the programme. Iain Innes closed out a heavy week of racing with 39th place while Zak Vinter and Fraser Middleton did not finish their first runs.

A number of skiers will be in action over the coming days in Germany, Norway and Slovakia.

At the Europa Cup event in Oberjach, Charlie Raposo is competing in today’s giant slalom while Laurie Taylor has slalom races on Friday and Saturday. Jack Gower has training today in Kvitfjell ahead of World Cup downhill races on Friday and Saturday; he will also compete in the super G on Sunday. And this weekend Charlie Guest and Alex Tilley are in Jasna for the Europa Cup with giant slalom on Saturday and slalom on Sunday.

Eurosport 1 will screen the World Cup in Norway from Friday 9:50am (downhill), Saturday 8:45am (downhill) and Sunday 9:45am (super G).


  • Europa Cup, Götschen GER – Tuesday 26 to Wednesday 27 February

Gabe Adams continued his medal-winning form at the European Youth Olympic Festival when he competed at this week’s big air Europa Cup events in Germany.

The 16-year-old was victorious in Tuesday’s event and backed that up with fourth place yesterday, just one point away from a second podium in as many days.

Adams’ EYOF teammate Ethan Smith (22nd/19th) also competed in Götschen along with fellow Brits Hayden Harvey-Smith (20th/22nd) and Kealan Venning (25th/25th). 

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