Alpine Skiing

Perfect second run sees Hargin triumph while Vonn bounces back at Alpine Skiing World Cup

By Michael Pavitt

Sweden's Mattias Hargin secured his first World Cup win ©AFP/Getty ImagesAustria was the scene for Mattias Hargin's maiden Alpine Skiing World Cup victory after impressing spectators and rivals with a stunning second run to give him the win in the men's slalom, while in Switzerland, Lindsey Vonn bounced back from a mistake in yesterday's women's downhill to win the Super-G.

Contingency plan set-up to combat warm weather ahead of Para-snowboarding World Championships

By Liam Morgan

La Molina will host the 2015 Para-Snowboard World Championships from February 23 to 28 ©La MolinaRepresentatives of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing governing body have claimed preparations for the 2015 IPC Para-Snowboarding World Championships in La Molina, Spain, are "progressing well."

Mentel-Spee and Hernandez-Cervellon double gold medal count in Canada

By Paul Osborne

Bibian Mentel-Spee doubled her medal count at the IPC Alpine Skiing Para-Snowboarding World Cup ©Getty ImagesBibian Mentel-Spee and Cecile Hernandez-Cervellon have recorded a perfect double at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Cup in Big White, Canada, after collecting respective banked slalom victories.

Rothfuss secures hat trick of wins at IPC Alpine Skiing Europa Cup in Matrei

By Paul Osborne

Andrea Rothfuss has recorded a hat trick of wins at the IPC Europa Cup in Matrei, Austria ©Getty ImagesGermany's Andrea Rothfuss made it three out of three at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing Europa Cup as the Sochi 2014 champion secured victory in the women's giant slalom in Matrei, Austria.

Four riders double gold medal count in new head-to-head Para-snowboard format

By Paul Osborne

Bibian Mentel-Spee is one of four riders to maintain her 100 per cent record in the the head-to-head format of the IPC Alpine Skiing Para-Snowboarding World Cup ©Getty ImagesFour Para-snowboarders have maintained their 100 per cent records in the sport's new head-to-head format as day one of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing Para-Snowboard World Cup comes to a close in Big White, Canada.

Russians back to winning ways at IPC Alpine Skiing Europa Cup in Matrei

By Paul Osborne

Valerii Redkozubov returned to winning at the IPC Europa Cup in Austria ©Getty ImagesRussia's Valerii Redkozubov and Alexey Bugaev were back to their winning form at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing Europa Cup today, putting yesterday's disappointing results behind them to take slalom victories in Matrei, Austria.

Heather Mills targets disability skiing world record

By Michael Pavitt

Mills previously targeted qualification for the 2014 Sochi Winter Paralympics, before a row with the IPC curtailed the attempt ©Getty ImagesGreat Britain's former Winter Paralympic hopeful Heather Mills has announced that she wants to break the world record for a female disabled speed skier.

Russian favourites edged-out at IPC Alpine Skiing Europa Cup

By Michael Pavitt

Miroslav Haraus ended Redkozubovs early season dominance ©Getty ImagesRussian dominance at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing Europa Cup has ended after Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus and Jakob Krako triumphed in Matrei, Austria.

Mentel-Spee completes snowboarding treble as head-to-head makes World Cup debut

By Paul Osborne

Bibian Mentel-Spee has completed a Para-snowboard treble with victory at the IPC Alpine Skiing Para-Snowboarding World Cup in Aspen ©Getty ImagesBibian Mentel-Spee of The Netherlands has recorded a historic Para-snowboarding treble after claiming gold at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Cup, as the head-to-head format made its debut in Aspen.
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