Thursday, November 26, 2020
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FIS targets Asian markets in coming Olympic cycles

With millions of potential new fans, how will the FIS capitalize on these markets?

Gold Medal Count as US Skiing Grows Up

Americans have won twice as many Olympic alpine gold medals in the second half of the sport's history.

Canada’s Simmerling claims historic medal in Rio

Alpine racer turned ski cross athlete turned cyclist earns first Olympic medal in team pursuit.

Ted Ligety returns to snow in New Zealand

American legend makes first tuns in over six months in New Zealand.

Olympic champion Matthias Mayer returns to snow

Sochi downhill gold medalist has been recovering from fractured vertebrae suffered last season.

Ivica Kostelic delays retirement for one last Olympics

Croatian star expresses interest in competing through the 2018 season.

Clean as Snow: Anti-Doping Protocols in Alpine Skiing

What can be done to prevent future doping scandals like Sochi?

Chodounsky renews contract with Nordica

Top American slalom skier extends contract through 2018 Olympics.

More World Cup, Europa Cup retirements as summer approaches

Five additional athletes announce their intentions to retire.

Canadian Olympic medalist to compete for Czech Republic

Jan Hudec to represent familial home in upcoming seasons.

Legendary skier Stein Eriksen dies at 88

World Championships triple gold medalist, Olympic gold medalist and ski industry pioneer passes away.

Andrew Weibrecht’s Secret

He’s fought injuries and tough luck, interspersed with Olympic super G medals in Vancouver and Sochi.

Team supports Olympic skiing medalist who comes out as gay

Gus Kenworthy comes out as first openly gay action sports athlete.

Benjamin Raich announces retirement from World Cup

Raich and wife Marlies Schild expecting first child next month.

Willy Booker named EVP of Dalbello US

Marker/Volkl taps experienced leadership to bring Dalbello boot brand into the fold.

Dominique Gisin to serve as Athlete Role Model

A total of 15 Athlete Role Models will support those attending the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games.

Weibrecht, Chodounsky sign with Briko

New helmets and goggles on the way for two of the U.S. Ski Team's very best.

Beijing selected to host 2022 Olympic Winter Games

Chinese capital to become first host in history of both the Olympic Summer and Winter Games.

Fischer, Razzoli remain a team for 2 more years

Slalom specialist with unusually large feet finds boot fit with VACUUM technology.

Training begins on new big air jumps

Athletes take first jumps into the new Spence Eccles Olympic Freestyle Pool at the Utah Olympic Park.

Mikaela Shiffrin sticks with Atomic for 3 more years

Technical specialist commits to Atomic through 2018 PyeongChang Olympics.

Olympic champion Fischbacher retires

Fischbacher is the third Austrian woman to retire this season.

Alpine team event added to 2018 Olympic program

New Olympic event features a knock-out format with two men and two women competing head-to-head in slalom against other nations.

Merryweather, O’Brien: Newest additions to the C Team

After a successful 2015 campaign, both young ladies were nominated directly to the C Team.
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