Drake and Crawford pick up golds in Meribel
ED Drake and Dougie Crawford have both claimed a gold medal apiece at the British Championships in Meribel.
GOLDEN BOY: Dougie Crawford recovers from Super-G disappointment to capture Super Combined gold in Meribel (Colmar)
Drake - reigning overall champion - picked up Super-G gold, just edging out Crawford, but the Scot got the better of Drake in the Super Combined.
"I had a good race today in the Super G," said Drake, 23. "I nailed the tougher sections, there were places where I was a little far off but I'm really happy to take the title today.
"It was a little tough following the girls, but I tried to stick to what I saw in inspection, the course held up well but it's getting a little soft now."
Drake clocked 1:25.97 minutes, just 0.15 seconds ahead of his British team-mate, and he also had a 0.88 secs advantage over Crawford, ahead of the slalom section of the Super Combined.
But 22-year-old Crawford roared back to 43.41 secs to pinch the gold, with Noel Baxter taking bronze.
"It went good for me today," said Crawford. "I made a few mistakes, there was a tough line and the flat light added to that and the course was a little bumpy after the girls.
"But overall I had a pretty good ski. I should have made some good FIS points as well."