A copy of the first Alpine skiing rulebook - which dates back to 1930 - has been presented to International Ski Federation (FIS) President Gian Franco Kasper.
The Swiss International Olympic Committee (IOC) member received the book at a ceremony during the World Championships in St Moritz, which concluded yesterday.
Alpine skiing was born as a discipline at the 11th FIS Congress in Norwegian capital Oslo in 1930, when downhill and slalom were included in international competition rules for the first time.
However, the first edition of the rulebook was temporarily lost.
Michael Huber, chairman of the FIS Sub Committee for Alpine rules and a passionate skiing historian, was able to relocate it alongside Ivan Wagner, editor of the Swiss Academic Skiclub SAS yearbook.
FIS secretary general Sarah Lewis also attended the ceremony where the book was presented to Kasper.
The Boards of Kitzbühel Ski Club and the Swiss Academic Skiclub SAS were also in attendance.
Digital copies of the Alpine rulebooks from 1930 until 2016 are available on the FIS website here.