Maier Sports Sponsored GB Telemark Team Finishes Season In 5th Place

The Great Britain Telemark Ski Team has ended the 2022 winter season with its best ever results, following Britain’s number 1 Telemark skier, Jasmin Taylor’s 2 wins and 8 podium places.

Taylor’s consistency and results sees her finish the season as world number 2 (out of 31 athletes), behind Swiss skier Martina Wyss. It means Taylor is Britain’s most successful World Cup ski racer of all time and brings her tally of World Cup wins to 7 in total.

Other athletes have also seen personal bests during the 2022 season. Ben Emsley achieved 2 top 10 finishes, Tim Gough finished 5th in the World Junior Championship Sprint and also recorded a top 10 finish in World Cup. Colin Dixon was consistently in the top 15, Magnus McIntosh achieved top 10 in the World Junior Championships along with top 15 finishes in World Cup competition. Bonnie Price recorded top 15 places consistently and Sissi Compton recorded a top 15 place in the World Junior Championships.

Jasmin Taylor said:

“There was a turning point mid-season. I had spent so much time and energy up until that point choosing what I thought would benefit my performance as a skier, and I wasn’t getting the results I wanted. So I thought that I might as well do what I enjoy more often, and then I started to get the results.
My coach Seb is a constant support and I truly feel any success belongs to us, and all the people supporting along the way. My team-mates have improved so much and it’s showing in their results, training has been a joy this season and sharing this experience with like-minded souls is what makes it”.

Linda Kennedy Torstensson, Maier Sports‘ UK representative said:

“It’s a fantastic result for the British Telemark team and especially for Jasmin who is without doubt one of the world’s best telemark skiers. Maier Sports is delighted to be supporting the team with clothing. As a sport. Telemark dovetails perfectly with our ‘Move, Move, Move’ campaign. Maier Sports is all about movement and a perfect fit which is demonstrated very effectively by Telemark skiing”.

More information about World Cup Telemark skiing can be found here.

Telemark World Cup End Of Season Placing

1 – Bastien Dayer (SUI)
2 – Elie Nabot (FRA)
3 – Theo Sillon (FRA)
17 – Tim Gough (GBR)
18 – Colin Dixon (GBR)
20 – Ben Emsley (GBR)
22 – Magnus McIntosh (GBR)

1 – Martina Wyss (SUI)
2 – Jasmin Taylor (GBR)
3 – Argeline Tab Bouquet (FRA)
25 – Bonnie Price (GBR)
30 – Sissi Compton (GBR)

1 – France
2 – Switzerland
3 – Norway
4 – Germany
5 – Great Britain
6 – Sweden
7 – Italy
8 – Ireland
9 – Japan
10 – Austria

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Robert Stewart

Ski Editor at Snow.Guide

Rob has extensive knowledge and experience of winter sports and has been qualified to instruct and teach Alpine Skiing for over 25 years. He is also an experienced off-piste and backcountry skier and has competed in freestyle and freeride events around the world. Now a full-time ski writer and Director of Ski Press, Rob is Snow.Guide’s Ski Editor and contributes to many other snowsports, national and lifestyle publications.

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