The ski squad is spearheaded by slopestyle
world champion James 'Woodsy' Woods and Izzy Atkin who has finished on the Olympic, World Championships, World Cup and X-Games podiums.
finals, (same-day tape) 3:30 p.m.
GREAT Britain's James Woods has been crowned world champion for the first time after victory in the men's ski slopestyle
competition in Utah.
Parrot won a slopestyle
silver medal at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games and is a five-time X Games champion.
At the same time, it remains part of the Enduro Central European Series.What to expectLovers of acrobatic performance are invited to come on May 26 to watch the Garmin Slopestyle
Team GB won five medals last month at the Pyeongchang Games in South Korea, three in the skeleton, including Lizzy Yarnold's gold, and one apiece in the ski slopestyle
and snowboard Big Air.
The highly accomplished and outspoken freestyle skier had a disappointing performance in Pyeongchang, finishing 12th in the slopestyle
Dom Parsons (men's skeleton), Izzy Atkin (women's slopestyle
), Laura Deas (women's skeleton) and Billy Morgan (men's snowboard Big Air) all collected bronze medals.
Woods finished fourth in the men's ski slopestyle
, just 1.4 points off bronze, meaning Britain must wait to exceed their current record-equalling haul of four shared with Sochi 2014 and Chamonix 1924.
FREESTYLE skier James Woods was left anything but stoked after just missing out on a slopestyle
The women's efforts at the Pyeongchang Olympic Sliding Centre took Britain's medal count yesterday to three, following Izzy Atkin's ski slopestyle
Her bronze medal triumph in the women's slopestyle
in Pyeongchang was lauded by the British press after the youngster scored 84.60 points in her third and final run to move from fourth place and claim a podium position.