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Dougie CrawfordTwo top British skiers have launched a raffle to raise money for training as they begin the qualification season for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.

Alpine skiers Dougie Crawford and TJ Baldwin hope to take part in races and the World Championships during the 2012/13 season, with the ultimate goal being to represent Great Britain in Sochi. The raffle will help the pair pay to join the US ski team to train, providing them with world-class coaching and competitive training, after funding was cut.

Travel company Canadian Affair is providing a top prize of a week skiing for two people in Banff, Canada, including flights, accommodation, lift passes and transfers. Other raffle prizes include a week’s summer accommodation in Zell am See, Austria, and a pair of skis from Head and Atomic.

For more information or to take part in the raffle visit Tickets are £10 each and all money will go to supporting The British Alpine Speed Team achieve their goal of competing in the Olympics. The draw will take place on 22nd December 2012.