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Freestyle snowsports has never been in better health, and now more than ever, the British Championships continues its pivotal role in providing promising young things the platform to seek the attentions of Team GB selectors.
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Nine times British Champion and Olympic Finalist Jamie Nicholls commented, "The British Indoor Championships will always be special to me. It played a massive role in giving me experience and recognition and I honestly believe Team GB would not be in the position it is in without it - we all came through the ranks... and loved it."

The Chill Factore, Manchester, park shapers are currently whittling through plans to set-up with multiple zones and transfer lines for what remains the highest level of open competition in the UK.

To remain progressive and push rider slope time, the Champs continues its rider-focused jam format which never fails to create drama. Kicking off with an open jam session of all zones, riders will session the entire slope for a thigh-burning 90 minutes giving ample time to lock into the course before the field is cut in half. The remaining riders will then session one zone at a time with the field being continually cut after each round, ending with a mega shred-off on the final zone.

See the-brits.com for all further information, online registration, schedules, formats etc. Plus announcement for The BRITS Festival holiday packages to the British on snow Championships in Tignes, 21st - 28th March 2015.