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'Team Orange' gets red top coverage

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Today's Daily Mirror has a feature on 'Team Orange' - a scheme to boost grassroots snowboarding talent: click here.
The team's mentor Jenny Jones explains:
“Orange approached me and said they wanted to do something to help British snowboarding and amateur riders and asked me if I’d support the team, be part of it and help some younger riders come through,” she explains.

The young riders in question are Laura Hill, Mark Watson and Claire Frost who were plucked from hundreds of hopefuls at indoor trails and competitions in the UK last summer.

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