— 11 October 2021

FIS keeps its name

Four months after his election, the new president of the International Ski Federation (FIS), John Eliasch of Sweden (photo above), led his first extraordinary congress at the end of... Read more »

— 4 October 2021

A descent in two countries

The International Ski Federation (FIS) is preparing to make history. It has announced the addition of a downhill race to the 2022-2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup calendar, starting in... Read more »

— 1 October 2021

FIS moves to China

The International Ski Federation (FIS) is not waiting for the 2022 Beijing Winter Games to boost the development of its disciplines in China. With less than five months to... Read more »

— 12 July 2021

Gian-Franco Kasper passed away

The IOC and the Olympic movement have lost one of their most emblematic leaders. The Swiss Gian-Franco Kasper, president of the International Ski Federation (FIS) between 1998 and last... Read more »

— 7 June 2021

Johan Eliasch is FIS’ new boss

It’s a new era for the International Ski Federation (FIS). After the very long Gian-Franco Kasper episode (1998-2021), the body has chosen a Swedish-British billionaire, Johan Eliasch, to preside... Read more »

— 11 May 2021

Norway plays the diversity card

There is no precedent in the world of winter sports. On Monday, May 10th, Norway announced its decision to merge its men’s and women’s national ski jumping teams. They... Read more »