Cassie Sharpe and Alex Ferreira were crowned as the overall champions as the International Ski Federation Ski Halfpipe World Cup season concluded in Tignes.
Norway's Johann Andre Forfang topped qualification at the Ski Jumping World Cup season finale in Planica.
Olympic champions David Wise and Cassie Sharpe both topped qualification as the final International Ski Federation Ski Halfpipe World Cup of the season began in Tignes.
Athletes on the International Ski Jumping World Cup circuit will compete for the last time this season at the final events of the campaign in Oberstdorf and Planica this weekend.
The men's and women's overall titles will be decided when the International Ski Federation Ski Halfpipe World Cup campaign concludes in Tignes from tomorrow.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) are welcoming nominations for the Matteo Baumgarten Award, prior to the deadline on March 31.
Robert Johansson produced a superb final jump to secure a home victory at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup in Vikersund.
Three wins in a row for Rießle as Watabe seals overall FIS Nordic Combined World Cup title at Klingenthal
Germany’s Fabian Rießle made it three victories in a row with a second home triumph at Klingenthal in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup today.
Pyeongchang 2018 champion Perrine Laffont secured the overall International Ski Federation World Cup women’s moguls title after finishing second at the final event in Megève.
Marit Bjørgen won the final event of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Cross-Country World Cup season as fellow Norwegian Heidi Weng secured the overall title in Falun.
Nelly Moenne Loccoz and Chloe Trespeuch of France, already established as overall ladies champions in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Team Snowboard Cross World Cup, completed an unbeaten season with a fourth win in Veysonnaz today.
Rebensburg takes third FIS Alpine Ski World Cup overall giant slalom title as high winds cancel final race
Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany claimed the third overall International Ski Federation Alpine Ski World Cup Giant Slalom title of her career today as high winds forced the cancellation of her concluding event Finals in Åre.
Riegler wins first FIS Snowboard World Cup title at 44 as partner Promegger defies pain in season finale
Austria’s Claudia Riegler brought home her first ever International Ski Federation Snowboard World Cup overall title at the age of 44 as she and Andreas Prommegger were second in the third and last parallel team event of the season in Winterberg.
Hosts Norway won today's team competition at the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup in Vikersund.
Marcel Hirscher won the overall giant slalom title at the International Ski Federation Alpine World Cup for the fourth time in a row after triumphing at the World Cup Finals in Åre today.