Paralympic champions Andrew Kurka and Laurie Stephens have been named in the United States Paralympics Alpine skiing team for the new season.
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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.
The Netherlands’ Chris Vos clinched gold as the World Para Snowboard World Cup Finals in Klövsjö concluded.
Newly crowned world champion Lisa Bunschoten earned victory on the opening day of the World Para Snowboard World Cup Finals in Klövsjö.
Klövsjö is set to host the World Para Snowboard World Cup Finals, with athletes set to descend on the Swedish municipality for the last competition of the season.
France’s Maxime Montaggioni retained his men’s SB-UL banked slalom title as action begun today at the World Para Snowboard Championships in Pyha in Finland.
New snowboard cross format and return of Montaggioni to feature at World Para Snowboard Championships
The World Para Snowboard Championships are due to get underway in Pyha in Finland tomorrow boasting a new snowboard cross format and the return of France's world champion Maxime Montaggioni among the highlights.
Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus was among the six slalom gold medallists on the last day of the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Final in Morzine in France.
Marie Bochet and Arthur Bauchet both claimed standing gold medals for hosts France today at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals in Morzine.
Jesper Pedersen led Norway to victory in World Para Alpine Skiing's inaugural mixed team competition at their World Cup Finals in Morzine in France.
The closing event of the World Para Alpine Skiing season will begin tomorrow when the World Cup Finals get under way in Morzine in France.
France’s Paralympic champion Marie Bochet finished the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup at La Molina today with a perfect record after winning her eighth consecutive race in this season’s series.
Austrian 16-year-old Veronika Aigner, with sister Elisabeth as her guide, sprang a surprise in women’s visually impaired event on the fourth day of the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup at the Spanish resort of La Molina.
Switzerland's Theo Gmur, Paralympic champion in the men's standing giant slalom, succeeded at the third attempt in beating France's 18-year-old world champion Arthur Bauchet at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup at the Spanish resort of La Molina.
Double world champion Jeroen Kampschreur’s revenge win in the men’s sitting event headlined a day of comebacks during the second giant slalom races at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in La Molina in Spain.