Olympic gold medallist Andreas Wank of Germany has announced his retirement from ski jumping at the age of 31.
The United States cross-country team have appointed two foreign technicians to help for the 2019-2020 season.
Alpine skier Sabrina Wanjiku Simader has received a boost in her bid to compete at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing after she received a scholarship from the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK).
International Ski Federation (FIS) officials carried out a successful inspection of the Sierra Nevada venue where the Snowboard Cross World Cup will return for the 2019-2020 season.
World champion and Olympic cross-country silver medallist Ebba Andersson has been named as the winner of a prestigious national award in Sweden.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has announced that both the Alpine Continental and European Cups will be introducing new staff members next season.
Canada's Olympic ski cross champion Kelsey Serwa has announced her retirement at the age of 29.
Estonian Nordic combined athlete Kristjan Ilves will train with the Norwegian team prior to the start of the new season.
American-born double Olympic snowboarding champion Vic Wild has confirmed he will continue to represent Russia following confusion over his medical clearance.
Newly-appointed International Ski Federation (FIS) Women’s Alpine Ski World Cup race director Peter Gerdol has made his first visit to Lake Louise to inspect the downhill course with the Canadian team.
Blake Hughes has been appointed women's national team director at USA Nordic.
Alpine Canada reached an out-of-court settlement with three former athletes who were abused by a coach working for the organisation in the 1990s and apologised to the victims for its failure to protect them.
DJ Montigny and Jeff Archibald, U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s (USSA) coaches for freeski slopestyle and snowboardcross respectively, are stepping down from their roles, it has been announced.
Alpine Canada has nominated 55 athletes to its national Alpine, Para-Alpine and ski cross teams for the 2019-2020 season – a special year for the organisation as it prepares to celebrate 100 years of ski racing in the country.
Stéphane Cattin cited family reasons as key to his decision to step down as Swiss-Ski's Alpine skiing director after four years in the job.