After the opening stages in Oberhof (GER) and the next two in Lenzerheide (SUI) the Tour de Ski has arrived in the South Tyrol region.
Austria’s slalom ace Marlies Schild broke the 19 year old record for the number of World Cup slalom victories by securing her 35th victory on home snow in Lienz on 29th December 2013.
Several top FIS athletes were recognised in their countries as the athletes of the year, or honoured as runner-ups.
The Nordic Combined Continental Cup athletes started their season in the United States from 17th - 19th December 2013.
It has been a successful season start for the FIS Continental Cups in Europe, North America and the Far East, with most scheduled races taking place in excellent conditions.
Sochi 2014 will see four new events join the Freestyle Skiing programme, with both a men’s and ladies’ event in ski halfpipe and ski slopestyle, joining ski cross, aerials and moguls on the Olympic agenda.
Austria’s Ski Jumping talent Daniela Iraschko has her sights set on Sochi which would be her first Olympic Winter Games when ladies’ Ski Jumping celebrates its Olympic debut.
Franz Steinle was elected President of the German Ski Association (DSV) during its General Assembly on 29th December 2013 in Oberstdorf (GER).
Australia’s aerials super star and FIS Athletes’ Commission member Lydia Lassila embodies all that is sports. The former gymnast has achieved incredible success in aerials skiing ...
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