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Ski and snowboard for things to do in London
Published: Thursday 14th of October 2010
The stage is set at the Battersea Power Station to launch this year's Relentless Freeze Festival.
Snowboarders and skiers are descending on the capital to participate in this extraordinary competition which will witness some of the best talent in winter sports come to London.
Past events have seen appearances from Olympic medallists of the likes of Scotty Lago, Peetu Piiroinen and Danny Kass charm the audience with their prowess and tricks.
This year's event will be featuring an event for home grown talent to put their best foot forward. The Battle of Britain will allow British youngsters to gain some brownie points from international athletes.
Visitors can also prepare for their winter getaways and pick up some hardcore sporting gear from the dedicated stall put up by big brands in the sector, with experts on hand to provide that extra bit of information.
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Posted by Michael Edwards
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