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WIN two passes to the Chill Factore Ramp Night and meet Team GB Olympic snowboarder.


We’ve teamed up with the North’s premier visitor attraction, Chill Factore, to offer one lucky winner the chance to get a pair of freestyle Park passes and meet Team GB Olympic snowboarder, Aimee Fuller, on Thursday 22nd June!

Do you think you’ve got what it takes to master the new ramps and jumps? Well, now is your chance to make some of the first tracks in the fresh snow that’s just fallen on the freestyle park at the Manchester-based leisure destination.

Not only will you be able to showcase your ski or snowboarding skills during the one hour freestyle session, you will be able to meet the current Snowboarding Slopestyle British Champion, Aimee Fuller. Giving you the chance to chat everything snowboarding freestyle with Aimee – ask her questions, hear about her career and get top-tips on how to perfect your technique and improve your snowboarding.

To enter, simply send your answer to the following question to Chillfactore@hatchpr.co.uk.

In your email please remember to include your name, where you entered the competition and the best phone number, so that you can be contacted if you win.

Where will the 2018 Winter Olympics be taking place?

  1. Sydney, Australia
  2. Pyeongchang, South Korea
  3. Paris, France

The competition closes tomorrow at midnight so be quick!

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