AT the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships Norfolk's TJ Baldwin dominated the NC Super Combined podium at the Alpine resort of Meribel.
The rising star from Tharston finished just 500th of a second ahead of Monaco's Olivier Jenot, who started the fourth day in pole position with Spain's Pol Carreras third.
Baldwin was awarded the British Land 30th Anniversary Trophy by Sir John Ritblat, who had previously presented him with the silverware after he had dominated the Downhill Race Championship, winning the international category despite fierce competition from French competitors Arthur Loye and Valentin Bon Betend.
Baldwin was also awarded the Sir John Ritblat Downhill Cup with a time of 1:14.11.
Harriet Steggles from Norwich came second with a time of 1:20.38 in the British Tomkinson Challenge Cup.
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