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FIS and U.S. Ski & Snowboard Equipment Guidelines & Rules

EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES U.S. Ski and Snowboard Alpine equipment regulations 18/19U.S. Ski and Snowboard Alpine FIS Competition Suit RegulationsUS Ski and Snowboard Alpine Helmet RegulationsSpecifications for...

Ski Racing Point/Ranking System

What are "points" and why is everyone so obsessed with them?

Ski Racing Rule Guide

Rules! Ski racing has a lot of them.

New start order, ski radius changes confirmed by FIS

All the big decisions made south of the border.

NCAA clarifies rules on crowdfunding’s influence on eligibility

Online method of personal fundraising gains explicit approval under student-athlete eligibility guidelines.

No sticker, no start: U14 and older athletes need this FIS helmet sticker

If your helmet doesn’t have the FIS-approved label, your race may never start this season.

Additional Alpine Committee decisions from Varna

Women's qualification race at St. Moritz 2017 and single pole slalom are coming down the line.

Alpine World Cup sub committee makes decisions in Varna

Alpine combined crystal globes set to return for 2015-16 FIS World Cup season.

UPDATED: Upcoming alpine rule changes you need to know

All the alpine rule changes that go into effect for the 2015-16 USSA season.
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