World Para Snow Sports has announced a sponsorship and supply agreement with Ecoaims - a Finnish provider of shooting equipment for visually-impaired biathlon.
Alpine Skiing News
A World Para Snow Sports classifier course which concluded this month attracted almost 50 medical and sport professionals from 21 countries - twice the expected number.
Double Paralympic skiing champion Mac Marcoux has been named as the 2021 winner of the John Semmelink Memorial Award - the highest recognition in Canadian snow sport.
World Para Snow Sports has rescheduled its postponed inaugural World Para Snow Sports Championships in Lillehammer in Norway for January 2022.
Tributes have been paid to three-time Paralympic gold medallist Bibian Mentel-Spee, who has died at the age of 48 following a long-term battle with cancer.
The concluding World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in the Austrian resort of Leogang ended in triumph for Germany’s women skiers - and for the home Aigner family.
Double Paralympic champion Anna-Lena Forster switched from giant slalom to slalom to the same golden effect at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Leogang.
France’s Arthur Bauchet earned his revenge over Aleksei Bugaev in the second giant slalom race at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Leogang.
Russia’s Aleksei Bugaev maintained his momentum at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup at the Austrian venue of Leogang as he won the men standing event on the first of two scheduled days of giant slalom racing.
Finland’s Matti Surr-Hamari triumphed in the men’s SB-LL2 cross competition at a home World Para Snowboard World Cup in Pyha.
Italy’s Jacopo Luchini stormed to victory in the men’s SB-UL snowboard cross at the World Para Snowboard World Cup in Pyha in Finland.
Rene de Silvestro achieved his first super-G win at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup after triumphing in Saalbach.
Four-time Paralympic silver medallist Arthur Bauchet overcame yesterday’s downhill disappointment to clinch gold in the men’s standing super-G at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Saalbach in Austria.
Austrian standing skier Markus Salcher celebrated his first downhill victory in three years as he returned to the top of the podium at his home World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Saalbach.
French standing skier Manoel Bourdenx is relishing the opportunity to hit top speed at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Austrian resort Saalbach.