Fans hoping to watch the opening races in Soelden this weekend caught another 11th-hour break
Maximilian Lahnsteiner will not be competing this season due to a season-ending knee injury he sustained while training this week.
Are you wondering who will be clicking into their race skis and pushing out of the start gate at at Soelden this coming weekend? Several European countries have announced their starters for the opening World Cup.
There are currently no announced plans for Soelden or any other World Cup races to be broadcast on NBC or any of its affiliates in the U.S.
Swiss World Cup events in the various snowsport disciplines will be open to spectators in the 2021/22 season. Access to all events is reserved for people who have been vaccinated, have already had Covid-19, or tested negative for the coronavirus.
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Following collaborative work since the fall of 2020, the recommendations released include seven key action items that address challenges facing Division I athletics.
FIS is pleased to announce that Alberto Senigagliesi has been named the Race Director for Speed events for the Audi FIS women’s World Cup tour starting for the 2022-23 season.
Stadlober is a former slalom racer who took over on an interim basis after Karl Schmidhofer’s sudden resignation less than 100 days into his tenure.
Dressen ruled himself out of the first two speed rounds of the season in Lake Louise and Beaver Creek.
Over the past 42 weeks, Schmidhofer has worked hard to comeback from a severe knee injury and is working to keep her Olympic dreams alive.
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Eliasch, who stepped down as CEO of the Head ski and tennis brand to lead FIS, is due for re-election in May. The new rule leaves him eligible to stay through 2034.
Storm Klomhaus has undergone a knee surgery after tearing her ACL last week during training in Soelden, and will need another in four months.
Legendary ski racing coach Conrad Guay died early Thursday, following a long battle with an illness. He was 82 years old.
Wendy Holdener has sustained injuries to both hands in fitness training incident, expected to be back on snow in just under a month.
In an interview, FIS President Johan Eliasch talks about first milestones, the spirit of cooperation and the importance of the upcoming "Extraordinary Congress."
Earlier this year, the Pacific Northwest Ski Association assigned a team to rebrand their respective logos to ensure their identity was unifying, clear, and aspiring.
FIS confirmed the plan on Friday for men's and women's races beneath the iconic Matterhorn mountain near to upscale ski resort Zermatt, likely in the 2022-23 season.
Aiming to make their sport more dynamic and appealing, alpine skiing officials on Thursday discussed new race formats and the possibility of more frequent world championships.
Schmidhofer is stepping down for personal reasons. Roswitha Stadlober, the senior vice president, will take over his duties on an interim basis.
In a partially virtual ceremony, the FIS China Liaison Office based in the center of Beijing has been officially opened.
Restrictions imposed to control the COVID-19 pandemic at the next Winter Games in February were announced Wednesday by the International Olympic Committee.
In her career, Goldschmidt has held numerous leadership, commercial and marketing roles with several of the world’s most well-known and prestigious organizations - most recently as CEO of the World Surf League.