#543 | WEDNESDAY 6 MAY 2015
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NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING
Time to Say Goodbye: Retirements in Ski Jumping Time to Say Goodbye: Retirements in Ski Jumping

A number of ski jumpers have announced their retirement this spring, among them former overall World Cup winners, World Champions and 4-Hills-Tournament winners.

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Coaching Changes in Alpine Coaching Changes in Alpine

As the 2015 World Championships season wrapped up, it was time for many teams to restructure their coaching staff and look ahead to the 2015/16 season.  

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Vail/Beaver Creek 2015 shares final report Vail/Beaver Creek 2015 shares final report

Two months after the successful FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2015 in Vail/Beaver Creek (USA), the Organising Committee presented the outcome of the event at the official Debrief in St. Moritz (SUI) on 30th April.

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All eyes turn to St. Moritz 2017 All eyes turn to St. Moritz 2017

Following the Vail/Beaver Creek 2015 debrief, St. Moritz 2017 hosted the semi-annual Coordination Commission meeting for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, where they reported their progress during the last winter season and plans for the short and long term.

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Former Speed specialist Hans Olsson joins Are 2019 team Former Speed specialist Hans Olsson joins Are 2019 team

The FIS Alpine World Ski Championship 2019 in Are (SWE) announced that recently retired speed specialist Hans Olsson will join the Organising Committee starting on 1st August. Olsson was already on duty last weekend as he attended the Vail/Beaver Creek 2015 debrief.

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Australia honours two FIS athletes Australia honours two FIS athletes

With winter on its way in the Southern Hemisphere, Australia handed out its annual Snowsports Awards from the previous season. 

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U.S. Ski Team to manage NASTAR U.S. Ski Team to manage NASTAR

The U.S. Ski Team and NASTAR, have entered into an agreement to raise the profile of ski racing in America under which the U.S. Ski Team will assume operational control of NASTAR.

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Candidates for the 2020/2021 FIS World Championships Candidates for the 2020/2021 FIS World Championships

FIS is pleased to announce the receipt of a total of five applications to be Candidates for the organisation of FIS World Championships in 2020 and 2021. By the May 1st 2015 deadline, the following candidacies have been submitted...

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Didier Defago finds a new role Didier Defago finds a new role

With his retirement from the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup in March, Didier Defago (SUI) is moving onto a new role in the skiing world.

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World Snow Day Recap Movie Out World Snow Day Recap Movie Out

The highly-anticipated World Snow Day recap movie has landed. Check out all the fun from this year and join us next year for even more.

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Andorra for the kids Andorra for the kids

SnowKidz Organisers in Grandvalira (AND) have developed a unique snow sports area for kids called Montmagic.

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