International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) President René Fasel has acknowledged the sport has a "tremendous opportunity" to develop in Asia.
Snowsport Scotland have announced that its Annual Coaching Summit will be held in Renfrew on August 27 and 28.
Calgary will host the 2017 Canadian Synchronised Skating Championships, it has been announced.
World Championship bronze-medal winning luger Markus Kleinheinz has been placed in charge of ice management at the Olympiabobbahn Igls sliding track in Innsbruck.
Pacific nation Tonga is eyeing skiing success at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics - and doesn't want to be described as a "novelty" team.
Kelly Schafer has been drafted into the Great Britain women's curling team skipped by Eve Muirhead as "super sub".
International Ice Hockey Federation yet to make decision on holding 2018 Under-18 World Championship in Russia
International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) President Rene Fasel has claimed that no decision is currently being taken on whether the Under-18 World Championships will be held in Russia in 2018.
The International Luge Federation (FIL) have confirmed Winterberg, Park City and Sigulda as the hosts of the Sprint World Cups in the forthcoming season.
Olympic gold medallist Kim eligible for South Korea's top sporting honour as Government alters eligibility criteria
Vancouver 2010 Olympic figure skating champion Kim Yuna will be able to receive South Korea’s top sporting honour after the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism installed a new points system for the prize.
Slovenian ice hockey legend Tomaz Razingar has officially retired from the sport.
The International Skating Union (ISU) has opted to hold a course for speed skating referees ahead of the new season.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has paid tribute to its honorary member Jan Mraz, who has passed away.
Hockey Canada has chosen 85 athletes to take part in the country’s national women’s development and under-18 team selection camps in Calgary ahead of two series against the United States later this month.
United States Figure Skating has announced an increase in its membership.
Samples given by athletes who compete in International Skating Union (ISU) events can now be stored for up to ten years and reanalysed at any time after the governing body strengthened its anti-doping policy in the wake of the damning McLaren Report.