Arthur Bauchet, Anna-Lena Forster, Giacomo Bertagnolli and Veronika Aigner all earned fourth consecutive victories on the final day of the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Veysonnaz.
Winter Paralympic Sports
Paralympic champions Giacomo Bertagnolli and Anna-Lena Forster were among the winners as slalom competition began at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Veysonnaz.
Ebba Aarsjoe of Sweden triumphed for a second time in the women's standing contest at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Veysonnaz.
Arthur Bauchet of France started the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup season with a victory in the men's standing giant slalom in Veysonnaz.
Ken Babey is to remain as Canada's Para-ice hockey coach for the 2020-2021 season, as Hockey Canada holds an 11-day training camp for the national squad.
World Para Snow Sports reports that 81 athletes and staff from 21 nations are in Swiss resort Veysonnaz for the first event of the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup season.
Double Paralympic champion Anna-Lena Forster is turning her attention back to the ski slopes after finishing a stressful period of university study.
Two-sport Paralympic athlete Liam Hickey is set to focus on preparations for Beijing 2022 rather than Tokyo 2020 in a bid to avoid burnout.
Retired Canadian Para ice hockey star Kevin Rempel is set to host a series of live discussions in a bid to equip athletes with the "tools and strategies" to thrive during the coronavirus crisis.
Bobsleigh athletes have ramped up calls for the sport to be added to the Paralympic programme, ahead of meeting early next year where its fate is set to be decided.
Sweden's Para-Nordic skier Zebastian Modin has a new primary guide, with Robin Bryntesson taking on the role in the lead-up to the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics.
Curling Canada has announced that the city of Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan will host the 2022 and 2023 editions of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship.
The parents of Canadian Para-ice hockey star Greg Westlake have pledged to donate a record CAN$1 million (£578,000/$778,00/€640,000) to the Paralympic Foundation of Canada.
Two documentaries about Paralympic snow sports athletes from Spain have been released, enjoying prominent billing at international festivals.
The inaugural edition of the World Para Snow Sports Championships in Lillehammer has been moved from next year to 2022.