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If you snowboard, save £35 on a new snowboard, £50 on a week away, £20 on an avalanche transceiver and £5 per session at your local indoor slope...
It soon adds up!
GB Park and Pipe snowboarder Katie Ormerod has become the first ever British snowboarder to win a Snowboard Big Air World Cup after claiming gold in Moscow.
Ormeord (19) from Brighouse, Yorkshire claimed the win with her two best runs (out of three) scoring 153.75. She finished ahead of the World Cup leader Anna Gasser from Austria who scored 153.50.
We launched our competition back at the Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Show, but now it's time to open up the entries as we head towards the end of 2016.
Win goodies from our friends at K2 Snowboards, Ride Snowboards, K2 Skis, Douchebags and Colour Wear. We have four prizes up for grabs.
What do you need to do to win?
With a successful World Cup opener in the books, the fastest snowboarders on the planet have descended on Solitude (USA) for the 2016-17 snowboard cross World Cup season's second stop. It's the first time in history that the host of the 2019 sbx world championships races is running World Cup competitions.
With just a few weeks until February Half Term, there is plenty of time to get a ski session booked in at The Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead, where Lift Passes are available all week from 8am or book Juniors into a one day ski camp to hone their skills.
In January there will be one highlight after the next! Our winter sale goes into round two with reductions up to 50%. You can now also find many snowboards, freeskis, helmets, protectors and goggles with incredibly low prices.