United States Ski and Snowboard (USS) have announced the Waterville Valley Resort will provide the venue for their Alpine Championships in 2019 and 2021.
Finland's Eero Hirvonen has had to delay his return to the Nordic combined circuit as a knee injury has not healed as quickly as planned.
Maxime Dufour-Lapointe, recognised as the standard-bearer for Freestyle Canada's national moguls team in the last decade, has announced her retirement from freestyle skiing at the age of 29.
Polina Kovaleva is free to compete at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing after the Russian Cross-Country Skiing Federation reversed its decision to ban her for four years and instead suspended her for 24 months.
Olympic freestyle skiing gold medalist Eric Bergoust has joined the United States set-up as their World Cup aerials coach.
German Nordic combined superstar Eric Frenzel has announced that he is switching back to his childhood club SSV Geyer.
Italian Nordic combined athlete Armin Bauer has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 28.
Ski and Snowboard Australia Cross Country Skiing (SSAXC) have announced they will prioritise improving athlete recruitment and development below national team level until 2022.
Former world snowboard cross champion Markus Schairer says he hopes to return to the snow this month after he broke his neck at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics.
The British Ski and Snowboard National Foundation (BSSNF) have announced a record number of grants issued to athletes.
Drafting new checklists and analysing injury statistics were on the agenda at a summer meeting of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Medical Committee.
Aino Kaisa Saarinen has been appointed as the new secretary general of the Lahti Ski Games.
Olympic champions Johannes Klaebo and Ragnhild Haga will serve as mentors at a youth cross-country skiing camp which begins in Norway tomorrow.
Spain's hugely popular venue at Baquiera Beret has undergone a successful inspection by International Ski Federation (FIS) officials and will now host a stage of the next Snowboard Cross World Cup season.
Pyeongchang 2018 silver medallist Jarryd Hughes was among several Australian stars to participate at a snowboard cross festival in Mount Hotham.