#482 | WEDNESDAY 5 MARCH 2014
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FIS signs agreement with Audi for Bring Children to the Snow
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FIS has signed a three-year agreement with Audi to partner with the “Bring Children to the Snow” campaign. The agreement will see Audi playing a role in both programmes, FIS SnowKidz and World Snow Day.
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NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING
FIS World Cups back in action FIS World Cups back in action

Nordic athletes were back in action just one week after the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, when Lahti hosted the 89th Lahti Ski Games, with eight FIS World Cup events in Ski Jumping, Cross-Country and Nordic Combined from 28th February - 2nd March 2014. 

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Falun 2015 hosts series of World Cups, Finals and test events Falun 2015 hosts series of World Cups, Finals and test events

With less than one year until the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Falun (SWE), the Organisers successfully hosted the first FIS Ski Jumping World Cup event since twelve years from 25th-26th February 2014.

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Many shining stars at Alpine Junior Worlds in Jasna, Ausrtia takes Marc-Hodler-Trophy Many shining stars at Alpine Junior Worlds in Jasna, Austria takes Marc-Hodler-Trophy

Talented racing, pure excitement and the emergence of new ski racing stars characterised the 32nd edition of the FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships 2014 which was held from 26th - 5th March in Jasna (SVK).

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2015 World Anti-Doping Code available 2015 World Anti-Doping Code available

The revised World Anti-Doping Code (Code), unanimously approved by the WADA Foundation Board on 15th November 2013, and effective as of 1st January 2015, is now available for download here.

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IN DEPTH
From Sochi to Jasna: Henrik Kristoffersen in interview From Sochi to Jasna: Henrik Kristoffersen in interview

19-year-old Alpine sensation Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) recently returned from the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi (RUS) where he became the youngest male medalist in Olympic Alpine history, winning slalom bronze.

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INSIDE FIS
FIS Council Member Bill Marolt retires as USSA President and CEO FIS Council Member Bill Marolt retires as USSA President and CEO

Bill Marolt retired from his position as President and CEO of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association which he has led since 1996. He served as U.S. Ski Team alpine director in the 1980s.

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Sarah Lewis delivers keynote address at Suomi 100 Forum Sarah Lewis delivers keynote address at Suomi 100 Forum

On 27th February 2014, as part of the start of the Lahti Ski Games, FIS Secretary General Sarah Lewis was the keynote speaker at the first-ever Suomi 100 Forum.

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Registration open for Barcelona Seminars Registration open for Barcelona Seminars

In just a few short months, the international skiing and snowboarding family will converge on Barcelona (ESP) for the 49th International Ski Congress from the 1st-6th June, 2014.

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FIS launches athlete statistic graphs FIS launches athlete statistic graphs

The FIS athlete database is one of the most utilised tools in the international ski community and the FIS Information Telenology team is pleased to announce that it has taken the next step to making the data even more informative with the addition of athlete statistic graphs.

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BRING CHILDREN TO THE SNOW CORNER
Elan launch new award winning kids skis Elan launch new award winning kids skis

It is important that children not only have the facilities and opportunities to practice snow sports but also the tools. One such company making this easier is Elan.

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