Britain have picked three athletes for next season's International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup squad, with Dave Ryding one of those chosen.
The 32-year old has two Alpine Ski World Cup silver medals, the most recent coming in January's parallel slalom event in Oslo.
Britain are yet to win gold at the World Cup.
Charlie Guest, who in March became Britain's first female Alpine skier to win a Europa Cup race, has also been selected.
Alex Tilley rounds off the squad.
The three athletes reached the quarter-finals of the Alpine skiing team event at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, alongside Laurie Taylor.
"The depth we're now showing in GB Alpine is great to see and the standards we expect from our athletes gets higher year after year," said GB Alpine director Paul Trayner, as reported by Eurosport.
"These are really outstanding results and proves to a lot of those developing athletes in the FIS squad that anything is possible.
"We're striving to make those standout results come along even more consistently and we've got the coaches and support staff in place to assist these athletes achieve the best results they can."
The FIS Alpine Ski World Cup season begins again in October.