James Woods started a crucial weekend for British skiing's Olympic hopes in style at the World Cup in Copper Mountain.
Finnish favourite Kalle Leinonen was victorious with Poland's Szczepan Karpiel second and the Netherlands’ Janne Van Enckevort third.
Poland's ski jumping team emulated national heroes Adam Malysz and Kamil Stoch by winning gold at Val di Fiemme.
In Predazzo, medal table leaders Russia picked up another gold after triumphing in the HS106 mixed team ski jumping event.
France and Italy locked horns once more on the slopes of Val di Fassa at the 2013 Winter Universiade with the hosts disappointed in the men's giant slalom.
It took her almost two years but Austrian Marlies Schild finally equalled Vreni Schneider's record of 34 World Cup slalom victories on Tuesday.
Didier Cuche is hoping to make a big impression this week.
Tessa Worley will miss next year's Olympics after tearing knee ligaments in a World Cup slalom on Tuesday.
Giant slalom world champion Tessa Worley was sent to hospital for checks after she crashed in the first leg of a women's World Cup slalom.
After yet another positive weekend for Britain's winter athletes on the road to Sochi 2014 attentions turn to freestyle skier James Woods as we give a flavour
Kamil Stoch recorded his first World Cup victory of the season to cap off an impressive weekend of ski jumping.
Nordic combined World Cup champion Eric Frenzel picked up his third win of the campaign in the individual event.
Austria's Mario Matt became the oldest man to ever win a World Cup slalom race after he triumphed in Val D'Isere, France.
Russian dominance of the 2013 Winter Univerisade continued on day four of action in Trentino with several more golds for the medal table leaders.
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