Riders

Name: Charlotte BANKES

 

 

D.O.B: 10/06/1995

Discipline: Snowboard Cross

I am a member of the French Generation Team. I compete in a number of events across Europe. I was French Champion last year in slalom, snowboard-cross and combined in the U16. I was also senior British Female Champion for Boarder-cross and Ski-cross.

will, photo by D. Pinniger

Name: William BANKES

 

 

D.O.B: 31/08/1992

Discipline: Snowboard Cross

I compete at World Cup level in boarder-cross. I am in the French boardercross Team, and i will be participating in all World Cups this season.

I started snowboarding at a very young age and joined the club in 2000. Since then I have slowly climbed the ladder to where I am now. Four years ago I integrated the French generation team, last year the junior team and I am currently in the Senior French Team.

Tom, photo by D. Pinniger

Name: Thomas BANKES

 

 

D.O.B: 07/09/1990

Discipline: Snowboard Cross

I first started snowboarding aged 5 in the french Alps. I loved anything to do with going downhill and snow so naturally I loved it. I started competing in 2009 and since then I have competed all around Europe in the European Cups. In 2010 I became the British Snowboard cross Champion and also went to New Zealand this Summer for the 2010 Junior World Championships where I placed 22nd. I want to compete this season in the World Championships and the World Cups in Europe. I also want to defend my title in the British Championships.

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  3. Jhosshelyn says:

    switch to skis. it is cooler more fun eaiesr to learn harder to master which means that you learn fast so that you have fun from the beginning and then it keeps you interested because you are always progressing and pushing the limit where as snowboarding you have to get the difficult beginning than you just do it no progression just nothing to everything in the blink of an eye. one second you don’t have it the next you do. skiing you get better and better until it is the best thing in the world Was this answer helpful?

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