Olympic giant slalom champ Viktoria Rebensburg announced her retirement Tuesday, citing a February injury she sustained while racing super G in Garmisch-Partenkirchen....
While the U.S. Ski Team athletes were hard at work with on-snow training at Mount Hood in Oregon this summer, U.S. Ski & Snowboard staff were busy finding ways to get many of those athletes into Europe for training this fall.
In a world full of unknowns and uncertainties, canceling the Xfinity Birds of Prey FIS World Cup in Beaver Creek has been a tough pill to swallow. But officials at the Vail Valley Foundation (VVF), the event's organizer, believe it was the right decision.
The revised World Cup calendar will be approved following the FIS Technical Meetings, which are scheduled from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2. The schedule will be posted on the FIS website on Oct. 3.
After extended discussions between U.S. Ski & Snowboard, the Canadian Snowsports Association, FIS, and the local organizing committees in Canada and the...
With the FIS announcing earlier this month postponement of the 52nd annual Congress until the spring of 2021, President Gian Franco Kasper,...
In an official communication Wednesday, FIS announced that the alpine World Cup opening races in Soelden, Austria will take place one week earlier than originally scheduled.
Sometimes referred to as the "gate to hell," the start house of the Hahnenkamm descent will get a significant makeover this summer with a more modern look set to debut in 2021, Kitzbühel Ski Club announced.
On Wednesday, July 15, Team USA's Ted Ligety took a hard fall while biking at Deer Valley Resort.
Among those race changes would be substituting a super G in Wengen for the slalom, which may be held in Schladming to keep speed and tech circuits separated.
The three-time Olympian chats with Alcott about his competitors on the World Cup, his relationship, and how he's been spending quarantine.
The Norwegian Sports Federation received the sad news Wednesday that Finn Christian Jagge has died at the age of 54.
In a conference call meeting today, the FIS Council confirmed that the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina, Italy will take place as originally scheduled from February 9-21, 2021.
The Austrian and German ski associations have communicated their readiness in staging the planned FIS World Cup events in the coming winter season.
AP News reports that the women's World Cup team will return home to quarantine.
Mikaela Shiffrin shares an inside look at her first time back on snow at Copper Mountain in early June.
FIS Alpine takes a behind the scenes looks at Haugen's come-up on the World Cup circuit.
FIS' newly released guidelines outline what will be a unique season for athletes, staff, event organizers, and media working at the World Cup level. While thorough and extensive, they are also subject to change.
Thanks to new partnerships with Dalbello, Lange, and Marker, Kaestle was able to close the deal after a 23-year absence from the OSV pool.
On June 10, 2020, Canada's Erin Mielzynski announced that she would be leaving behind her Rossignol Heroes to join Atomic Skiing.
The 27-year recently made the switch from long-time sponsor Salomon.
In total, 15 athletes met A and B level criteria and are named to the World Cup team.
The 31-year-old super G champion will undergo surgery next week.
As restrictions at ski resorts lift some World Cup Nations have been able to get back on snow.