Hamptons International Ski Team Wins Lambert Smith Hampton Ski Championships 2013
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Hamptons International has retained its title as winner of the 2013 Lambert Smith Hampton Ski Championship, held in Courmayeur, Italy, (18-20th January). This is the third time the Hamptons International team has won at the LSH Ski Championships in the past four years and in addition to retaining the title, the team then went one better by also winning the Dual Slalom Relay Race.

Hamptons entered two teams into both events.  The first team was led by team captain James Wardle, Sales Director from Knightsbridge Sales and included Justin Camm, Senior Negotiator from Grosvenor Square and Josh Ayres, Sales Manager at The Lancasters.

The second team included Bianca van den Berg, Associate from Islington Lettings, Luke Walsby, Senior Negotiator from Chiswick Sales, and James Calder Development Consultant from Grosvenor Square.

All competitors had to tackle the Giant Slalom Race, with the Hamptons first team beating 90 racers, split into 30 teams of three to win the overall LSH Cup. This event was followed by the Dual Slalom Relay Race where teams of three race against each other in a dual slalom knock-out style event, with the last team standing wins. The Hamptons second team successfully made it through all rounds, before claiming victory in the final race to take the 2013 title.

James Wardle, Team Captain and Director at Hamptons International’s Knightsbridge branch, commented: “The competition was stiff this year and the standard extremely high. We were absolutely thrilled to bring back the trophy for the third time in four years and as ever, the LSH Championship was a fantastically organized property networking event.”

For media enquiries please contact:
Henrietta Harwood-Smith, PR Manager, Hamptons International
020 7758 8405/harwoodsmithh@hamptons-int.com

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