— 30 August 2022

Grand premiere in Östersund

History is in the making. The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) announced on Monday 29 August that it had awarded the Swedish town of Östersund the right to... Read more »

— 25 August 2022

US and Norway make common cause

Unprecedented. On Wednesday 24 August, the United States and Norwegian Nordic ski federations announced the signing of a cooperation agreement with a view to the 2026 Winter Games in... Read more »

— 17 August 2022

Rumours around Lake Louise

The end of an era? According to several Austrian media, citing sources at the International Ski Federation (FIS), the Canadian stage of the Alpine Skiing World Cup in Lake... Read more »

— 12 August 2022

FIS postpones fluoride ban

The International Ski Federation (FIS) is still waiting. On Thursday 11 August, it announced its decision to postpone the ban on the use of fluoride in ski waxing for... Read more »

— 8 July 2022

The reform is underway

The new organization is being put in place at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS). The body chaired by Johan Eliasch announced the arrival of the first two... Read more »

— 24 June 2022

Opposition appeals to CASA

New case on the desk of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). It promises to be complex. The Lausanne-based court has announced that it has registered an appeal... Read more »

— 16 May 2022

Four stages in the US

It’s done. The International Ski Federation (FIS) has unveiled the Alpine Ski World Cup calendar for the 2022/23 season. It includes 40 races for women and 42 for men.... Read more »

— 1 April 2022

Johan Eliasch to be re-elected

No suspense in sight at the International Ski Federation (FIS). Its president since last June, Johan Eliasch, will be re-elected for a second four-year term at the next elective... Read more »