Music and sports fans gather for Relentless Freeze Festival
Music and sports fans braved the cold weather this weekend for the UK's largest winter sport festival and apres-ski party.
Relentless Freeze Festival saw international ski and snowboarding athletes battle it out on a specially constructed 32m high slope outside Battersea Power Station.
In the evening a line-up of musicians and DJs warmed up the crowds, with performances by DJ Shadow, Ms Dynamite and Scratch Perverts headlining on Friday.
Hip hop legends Public Enemy took the stage on Saturday, and were joined by Grandmaster Flash, Shy FX and Stanton Warriors.
British snowboarder Billy Morgan won the big air competition, the first athlete from the UK to win in front of a home crowd.
It is the fifth year of the annual festival, with about 20,000 people enjoying the world class winter sports.
Henrik Harlaut, of Sweden, won the ski big air, with Paddy Graham the highest placed British skier, reaching the final.
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