American Michael Minor and Dutch duo Lisa Bunschoten and Chris Vos all ended the opening International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Snowboard World Cup competition in style by clinching their second victories of the event in Landgraaf, The Netherlands.
Winter Paralympic Sports
Lisa Bunschoten of The Netherlands sealed her maiden International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Snowboard World Cup victory as she reigned supreme in the women’s banked slalom SB-LL2 event on home snow in Landgraaf today.
The first International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Sledge Hockey Youth Development Camp has been hailed as a success.
Representatives from 11 nations took part in the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey Sport Forum which was held in the Slovakian capital city Bratislava.
Visually impaired Alpine-skiers are being given the chance to take part in research aimed at improving the sport’s classification system.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Snowboard has launched a new, dedicated website and Facebook and Twitter accounts with one month to go until the first races of the season.
Double world champion sit-skier Corey Peters has been named as athlete of the year for 2015 by Snow Sport New Zealand after a superb season.
Canada have named a 20-strong squad for the upcoming 2015 to 2016 ice sledge hockey season, including 15 of those who helped the nation to silver at the International Paralympic Committee World Championships A-Pool event in Buffalo earlier this year.
Four new national wheelchair curling teams have been created following a training camp backed by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
Ice sledge hockey is set to take another major step forward in its development when the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) hosts the sport’s first youth camp in Langenhagen, Germany from October 29 to November 1.
Italy’s Gregory Leperdi has called upon Europe’s ice sledge hockey teams to focus their efforts on developing young talent if they are to challenge the domination of Canada and the United States at World Championship and Paralympic Games.
Sixteen players have been included on Women’s Sledge Hockey of Canada’s squad to represent the country for the 2015 to 2016 season.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing and Snowboard and IPC Biathlon and Cross-Country have officially launched their bidding process for their respective 2019 and 2021 World Championships.
A six-strong World Cup line-up for next season has been unveiled by International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing, with events due to take place in Austria, Italy, Swtzerland and France before two legs in United States.
An array of reigning Paralympic and world champions will lead the United States Alpine skiing and snowboarding squads for the 2015-2016 season, including Sochi 2014 gold medal winner Evan Strong.