For the second successive season there will be no combined events on the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Skiing World Cup programme, even though the event remains on the schedule for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Alpine Canada has announced the appointment of Jeff Thompson as the organisation's vice-president of domestic sport programmes and events.
American skiing great Lindsey Vonn has supported the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) stance of prohibiting podium protests, but insisted she supports athlete activism in the build-up to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Dave Ryding has spoken of his determination to build on his third International Ski Federation Alpine Ski World Cup podium of his career after being named on Britain’s squad for next season.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has confirmed there are four applications to host the 2027 Alpine World Ski Championships - with the competition expected to go to Crans Montana, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Narvik or Soldeu.
World champion Sebastian Foss-Solevåg is among the skiers selected by the Norwegian Ski Federation on their alpine team for next season as the organisation prepares for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has held the first coordination meetings with Trondheim and Saalbach, the hosts of the 2025 Alpine and Nordic World Ski Championships respectively.
Three of the United States' leading Alpine skiing performers of recent years - Laurenne Ross, Resi Stiegler and Alice McKennis Duran - have announced their retirement at the end of this season.
Former world team champion Eva-Maria Brem of Austria has announced her retirement from Alpine skiing at the age of 32.
Austria’s Manuel Feller and New Zealand’s Alice Robinson claimed victories in the final event of the 2020-2021 International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup season in Lenzerheide.
World champions Norway triumphed in the team parallel event as action finally began at the Alpine Ski World Cup finals following the weather-enforced cancellation of the opening two days in Lenzerheide.
Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria has clinched the overall super-G title after racing at the Alpine Skiing World Cup finals in Lenzerheide was cancelled for a second consecutive day due to bad weather.
Feuz and Goggia win overall downhill titles after cancellation of races at Alpine Skiing World Cup finals
Switzerland's Beat Feuz and Sofia Goggia of Italy have been crowned overall men's and women's International Ski Federation Alpine Skiing World Cup downhill champions, respectively, after bad weather forced the cancellation of the final two races of the season in Lenzerheide.
The men's and women's overall Alpine Skiing World Cup champions are set to be crowned at the season-ending finals in Lenzerheide this week.
France’s Clement Noël triumphed in the men’s slalom competition at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup in Kranjska Gora, as Austria’s Marco Schwartz clinched the discipline’s crystal globe.