There will be an increase of £443,200 in funding for sports competing in the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Sochi, UK Sport has announced.
Extra funding for freestyle ski and snowboarding, bobsleigh and para-alpine skiing will take the total to £14.2m.
Amy Williams in the skeleton was the only Team GB gold medallist at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
However British athletes won 10 medals in Olympic and Paralympic winter sport disciplines at meetings last season.
With recent world titles for Shelley Rudman in the skeleton and the success for Scotland women's and men's curling teams in their respective world championships, there are high hopes for Olympic medals.
Elsewhere, Elise Christie became Britain's first-ever female world medallist in short-track speed skating this year by claiming a bronze, while James Woods secured a world championship silver medal in slopestyle skiing.
Snowboard slopestyle's Billy Morgan, who took bronze at this year's world cup in Sierra Nevada, said: "It's been amazing to have such a good season and I am stoked that it is having a positive effect for everyone on the freestyle snowboard team and GB freeski."
There were five medals for Britain at the Para-alpine World Championships, with Kelly Gallagher winning four and Jade Etherington, the other.
Simon Timson, director of performance at UK Sport, said: "Our winter sports are in better shape than ever before, and our latest Mission 2014 analysis confirms this.
"Sochi could even present one of our best-ever Winter Games performances, which would be a fantastic early legacy from London 2012, where the additional investment and attention given to developing our high performance system has benefited summer and winter sports alike."
|Sport||Previous 2010-2014 funding||12/13 Annual Review Outcome||Revised 2010-2014 funding|
|Figure Skating||£174,338||No change||£174,338|
|Short-track Skating||£2,953,400||No change||£2,953,400|
|Ski & Snowboarding||£1,298,950||£211,000 increase||£1,509,950|
|Para-alpine Skiing||£268,000||£137,400 increase||£405,400|
|Wheelchair Curling||£350,200||No change||£350,200|