Switzerland’s Sarah Hoefflin secured victory in the women’s slopestyle competition at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle World Cup at Mammoth Mountain.
Japan’s Ikuma Horishima won the battle ahead of the war in qualification for the men’s moguls In Calgary as he continues to trade results with Canada’s Mikaël Kingsbury.
Sweden’s Sandra Näslund continued her hot form from the last International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup event, topping the qualification in the women’s ski cross in Megève in France.
The United States' Birk Irving established himself as the firm favourite after posting the highest score at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle World Cup's halfpipe qualifying in Mammoth.
Canada's Mikaël Kingsbury will be seeking a fourth win out of five this season when he competes on home snow at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Ski World Cup Moguls in Calgary over the coming two days.
Olympic champion Cassie Sharpe will be aiming for her first International Ski Federation (FIS) Freeski Halfpipe World Cup victory of the season at Mammoth Mountain in California.
Seventeen-year-old Kelly Sildaru defied her young years again by winning the women's ski slopestyle gold medal for the fourth time at the Winter X Games in Aspen.
Germany's Daniel Bohnacker claimed his first International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Cross World Cup win since 2011 after a tight encounter in Sweden's Idre Fjäll.
Canada's Mikaël Kingsbury climbed to the top of the Moguls World Cup podium again on home snow in Mont-Tremblant.
Kelly Sildaru continued her superb start to 2020 by winning gold in the women's ski superpipe at the Winter X Games in Aspen.
Switzerland's Fanny Smith took victory on her 100th Ski Cross World Cup start in Idre Fjäll, Sweden ahead of home favourite, Sandra Näslund.
International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Cross World Cup leader Sandra Näslund topped both women's qualifications in front of a home crowd in Idre Fjäll today.
Marie Krista won Lausanne 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games gold for Switzerland up in the mountains here to delight the home supporters who had come out in force for the ski cross, where 24 competitors contested the women's title.
Canada's Reece Howden claimed the first Ski Cross World Cup victory of his career on home snow in Nakiska.
Norway's Birk Ruud took out the men's competition at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freeski Slopestyle World Cup on the Seiser Alm course in the Dolomites, Italy.