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.
Olympic freestyle skiing gold medalist Eric Bergoust has joined the United States set-up as their World Cup aerials coach.
The historic city of Modena will host the International Ski Federation (FIS) Big Air World Cup competition on the biggest jump ever constructed in Italy this year as part of the 25th staging of its annual Skipass Exhibition of winter sports and tourism.
The addition of freestyle skiing mixed team aerials, freeski big air and team snowboardcross to the programme for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing has been hailed as a major boost for organisers of next year's Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships in Utah.
Ellis appointed head of Canadian ski cross team to replace coach who resigned after Winter Olympic drink driving incident
Dave Ellis has been appointed high performance director of the Canadian ski cross team as they seek to build upon their double Olympic gold medal winning form at Pyeongchang 2018.
An inspection visit has taken place in Park City as preparations continue for the 2019 International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Ski and Snowboard World Championships.
Olympic silver medallist David Morris has announced his retirement from freestyle skiing aerials.
Canadian ski cross competitor Georgia Simmerling has announced that she has retired from winter sport to train full-time in preparation for cycling at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
Nummedal and Bertagna claim overall big air titles in dramatic season finale at FIS Freestyle World Cup
Norway’s Christian Nummedal and Silvia Bertagna of Italy clinched the overall big air titles on the final day of the International Ski Federation Freestyle Skiing World Cup in Québec City.
Both joint leaders of the men's International Ski Federation Freestyle Skiing Big Air World Cup qualified for the final at the season-ending event in Quebec City today.
Cassie Sharpe and Alex Ferreira were crowned as the overall champions as the International Ski Federation Ski Halfpipe World Cup season concluded in Tignes.
Olympic champions David Wise and Cassie Sharpe both topped qualification as the final International Ski Federation Ski Halfpipe World Cup of the season began in Tignes.
The men's and women's overall titles will be decided when the International Ski Federation Ski Halfpipe World Cup campaign concludes in Tignes from tomorrow.
Pyeongchang 2018 champion Perrine Laffont secured the overall International Ski Federation World Cup women’s moguls title after finishing second at the final event in Megève.
Olympic silver medallist Marc Bischofberger has been crowned as the overall men's International Ski Federation Ski Cross World Cup champion after the final event of the season in Megève was cancelled today.