Canada’s Zoe Chore was crowned women’s world junior ski cross champion today in the Austrian resort of Reiteralm.
Lina Cheryazova, the first woman to win an Olympic aerials skiing gold medal, has died.
The International Ski Federation Ski Cross World Cup season came to an end today in Veysonnaz in Switzerland as Fanny Smith secured the women’s crystal globe on home snow.
The International Ski Federation Freestyle Ski Big Air World Cup season ended in Québec in Canada today with Canadian teenager Elena Gaskell sealing the overall women’s title.
Jacobellis and Samková set to battle it out for women's FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup title in Veysonnaz
The United States' Lindsey Jacobellis and Czech Republic's Eva Samková will go head-to-head for the women's overall title when the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard Cross World Cup season concludes in Veysonnaz in Switzerland this weekend.
Switzerland's Andri Ragettli won the overall Big Air World Cup title in freestyle skiing as Canada's youngster Megan Oldham topped women's qualifying on home snow in Quebec.
Switzerland's Andri Ragettli will make his return from injury in Quebec as he bids to win the Freestyle Skiing World Cup's overall big air title.
Olympic silver medallist Mathilde Gremaud won the first World Cup title of her career as freestyle skiing slopestyle action took place in Mammoth Mountain.
Olympic champion Cassie Sharpe won the women's ski halfpipe title on a bumper day of action across the Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard World Cups in Mammoth Mountain.
Poor weather forced the postponement of the action in both the Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard World Cups at Mammoth Mountain in California.
D'Artois and Wise top halfpipe qualification standings at FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup in Mammoth Mountain
Canada’s Simon d'Artois and home favourite David Wise came out on top in their respective heats as halfpipe qualification took place today at the International Ski Federation Freestyle Skiing World Cup in Mammoth Mountain in California.
China's Xu Mengtao wrapped up her third straight overall women's International Ski Federation Aerials World Cup title in style as she won the last event of the season in front of a home crowd at Shimao Lotus Mountain.
Today's scheduled dual events were cancelled due to bad weather as the 2018-2019 International Ski Federation (FIS) Moguls World Cup season reached its conclusion at Shymbulak Mountain Resort in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan’s Yulia Galysheva delighted the home crowd by winning the women’s singles event on day one of the International Ski Federation Moguls World Cup at Shymbulak Mountain Resort.
China's Xu Mengtao moved a step closer to clinching the overall women's International Ski Federation Aerials World Cup title as Laura Peel of Australia produced a superb performance to take victory on Shimao Lotus Mountain.