British snowboarder Ben Moore has praised the sport’s development in his country since it made its debut on the Winter Paralympic Games programme at Sochi 2014.
Alpine Skiing News
A lack of snow has forced the rearrangement of two International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing Europa Cup events from January to February, it has been announced.
The European Deaf Sport Organization (EDSO) has confirmed that three Winter events have been cancelled due to a lack of competitors.
America’s Andrew Kurka has targeted claiming gold at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympic Games having earned his first World Championship medal during the 2014 to 2015 season.
Justus Wolf has made history after he became the first Para-coach to be named German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) Coach of the Year at a ceremony in Baden-Baden.
IPC Alpine Skiing World Championship bronze medallist bidding to qualify for Rio 2016 Paralympic Games marathon
Czech Republic’s Patrik Hetmer, who won giant slalom bronze at this year’s International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama, Canada, has revealed he is aiming to qualify for the marathon at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Five-times Paralympic Alpine skiing champion Anna Schaffelhuber of Germany has added another prize to her growing collection after she was named best female athlete with an impairment at a recent awards ceremony in Cologne.
American Michael Minor and Dutch duo Lisa Bunschoten and Chris Vos all ended the opening International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Snowboard World Cup competition in style by clinching their second victories of the event in Landgraaf, The Netherlands.
Lisa Bunschoten of The Netherlands sealed her maiden International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Snowboard World Cup victory as she reigned supreme in the women’s banked slalom SB-LL2 event on home snow in Landgraaf today.
Visually impaired Alpine-skiers are being given the chance to take part in research aimed at improving the sport’s classification system.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Snowboard has launched a new, dedicated website and Facebook and Twitter accounts with one month to go until the first races of the season.
Double world champion sit-skier Corey Peters has been named as athlete of the year for 2015 by Snow Sport New Zealand after a superb season.
A six-strong World Cup line-up for next season has been unveiled by International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing, with events due to take place in Austria, Italy, Swtzerland and France before two legs in United States.
An array of reigning Paralympic and world champions will lead the United States Alpine skiing and snowboarding squads for the 2015-2016 season, including Sochi 2014 gold medal winner Evan Strong.
This year's Audi quattro Winter Games NZ will feature two International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing (IPCAS) Southern Hemisphere Cup (SHC) events that will attract some of the best adaptive ski racers in the world, it has been announced.