Madi Rowlands has been selected to represent Team GB at the Lillehammer 2016 Winter Olympic Games next month. Madi will be participating in both the Ski Slopestyle and Ski Halfpipe events.
From 12th-21st February, around 1,100 athletes – all aged between 15 and 18 years old – from 70 nations around the world are set to compete during the 10 days of winter action in Lillehammer.
In total, 70 medal events will be contested across 15 sport disciplines, including brand new events for Lillehammer 2016 such as monobob and cross-country cross free.
Team GB’s 16 athletes are set to compete in seven of these; alpine skiing, bobsleigh, curling, freestyle skiing, ice hockey skills challenge, luge and skeleton.
Many congratulations to Madi and we look forward to following her progress.
Take a look at the original article on the Team GB website and see who else has been selected to represent Team GB.
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