FIS decides against rearranging cancelled Super G World Cup race

By Nick Butler

Heavy fog in Bansko forced the cancellation of two races ©AFP/Getty ImagesLast week's cancelled women's Super G World Cup race due to be held in Bansko will not be rescheduled for later in the season, the International Ski Federation has confirmed.

Vanessa Mae's appeal against four-year ban being heard by Court of Arbitration for Sport

By Nick Butler

Vanessa Mae's result in Sochi has been annulled by the FIS ©AFP/Getty ImagesAn appeal launched by violinist turned skier Vanessa Mae is being heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) today following claims she helped "manipulate" races in order to qualify for last year's Winter Olympics in Sochi.

Fenninger earns back-to-back victories after triumphing in rearranged Super-G

By Michael Pavitt

Anna Fenninger took combined gold in Bulgaria ©AFP/Getty ImagesAustria's Anna Fenninger claimed victory for the second consecutive day in Bankso, Bulgaria, as she added a Super-G win to her combined International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup triumph.

Košir secures second consecutive Snowboard World Cup victory in Japan

By Michael Pavitt

Žan Košir made it two victories in as many days in Japan ©AFP/Getty ImagesDouble Olympic medallist Žan Košir of Slovenia made it back to back victories in the parallel giant slalom event at the International Ski Federation Alpine Snowboard World Cup in Asahikawa, Japan, while Switzerland's Julie Zogg earned victory in the women's event.

US stars McKinnon and Bohonnon dominate to take home Aerials World Cup crystal globes

By Emily Goddard

Kiley McKinnon has won the the aerial overall crystal globe ©Getty ImagesThe United States rounded off a successful Aerials World Cup season as Kiley McKinnon and Mac Bohonnon walked away from Minsk today with the overall crystal globes.

Hirscher destroys field for victory at Alpine Skiing World Cup in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

By Michael Pavitt

Marcel Hirscher dominated the giant slalom event in Germany ©Agence Zoom/Getty ImagesAustria's Marcel Hirscher dominated both runs of the men's giant slalom today to take victory in the Alpine Skiing World Cup in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, while Anna Fenninger took another gold for the country in the women's combined event in Bansko.

Northug closes FIS Nordic Ski World Championships with fourth gold

By Emily Goddard

Petter Northug claimed his fourth gold medal of the FIS Nordic Ski World Championships ©Getty ImagesPetter Northug has brought the Nordic Ski World Championships to a dramatic close with his fourth gold medal of the flagship event in Falun.

Kingsbury in seventh heaven at Freestyle Skiing World Cup

By Daniel Etchells

Mikaël Kingsbury's dual moguls win was his seventh straight Freestyle Skiing World Cup victory ©Getty Images
Canadian Mikaël Kingsbury came out on top in the men's dual moguls competition at the Freestyle Skiing World Cup in Tazawako to secure his seventh straight victory, and eclipse the mark of six consecutive wins he already co-held with the United States' Jeremy Bloom.

Kenworthy and Onozuka claim final wins of Park City Freestyle Skiing World Cup

By Emily Goddard

Gus Kenworthy claimed the men's halfpipe gold at the Freestyle Skiing World Cup/United States Grand Prix ©Getty ImagesHome athlete Gus Kenworthy and Japan's Ayana Onozuka claimed the final gold medals of the Freestyle Skiing World Cup/United States Grand Prix as they topped the halfpipe podiums in Park City.
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