The 2021-2022 International Skiing Federation (FIS) Freeski and Snowboarding seasons are set to open with the Big Air World Cup in Chur in Switzerland this October, an event which doubles as a qualifying event for next year's Winter Olympic Games.
Snowboarder Arielle Gold, who won halfpipe bronze at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics, has announced her retirement after nine years on the United States team.
FIS Snowboard Alpine Sub Committee to press for parallel slalom being added to Milan Cortina 2026 programme
The International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard Alpine Sub Committee wants the governing body to pursue having parallel slalom added to the sport programme for Milan Cortina 2026.
Shaun White is set to pursue a fourth Olympic title after being named on the United States snowboard team for the halfpipe event for the 2021-2022 Olympic season.
Canadian snowboarder Max Parrot has won the Laureus Sports Awards Comeback of the Year prize for his return to form after beating cancer.
Swiss Snowboard has named 13 athletes to its national team for the 2021-2022 season, with seven coming from freestyle, four from Alpine snowboard and two from snowboard cross.
The Austrian Ski Federation (ÖSV) has honoured 27 winter sport athletes following the 2020-2021 season, with some of them including snowboard stars Alessandro Hämmerle, Anna Gasser and Benjamin Karl.
Mario Fuchs is stepping down as head coach of the Swiss snowboard cross team after six years.
Italian Jacopo Luchini is determined to fight through the pain barrier to secure top spot at the World Para Snowboard World Cup Finals on home snow in Colere.
Norway's Marcus Kleveland and Austria's Anna Gasser secured the overall Snowboard World Cup slopestyle titles at the final leg of the season in Silvaplana in Switzerland.
Sofia Nadyrshina and Iaroslav Stepanko won the mixed team parallel giant slalom snowboard gold medal as the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard and Freeski Junior World Championships in Krasnoyarsk concluded with yet more Russian success.
It was another golden day for Russia at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard and Freeski Junior World Championships in Krasnoyarsk, with Daria Melchakova, Vsevolod Martynov and Sofia Nadyrshina all victorious.
Snowboarder Julie Pomagalski, who won the women's snowboard cross world title in 1999, has died at the age of 40 after being caught in an avalanche in Switzerland.
Chloe Kim of the United States and Japan's Yūto Totsuka have claimed the women's and men's International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup halfpipe titles, respectively, after completing their undefeated campaigns with victory in Aspen.
Russia clinched their first mixed parallel slalom team victory at an Alpine Snowboard World Cup as the season drew to a close in Berchtesgaden.