Ski

— 13 April 2021

Mats Årjes unveils his program

With less than two months before the election, the battle is well underway for the succession of Swiss Gian-Franco Kasper as President of the International Ski Federation (FIS). The... Read more »

— 7 April 2021

Sarah Lewis on track for the FIS

The race for the presidency of the International Ski Federation (FIS) is gaining in depth. After the Swedes John Eliasch, boss of the Head group, and Mats Årjes, president... Read more »

— 31 March 2021

Longines offers itself a new lease

The International Ski Federation (FIS) will soon change its president, the Swiss Gian-Franco Kasper, ending his 23 years in office next June. But it retains its historical partners. The... Read more »

— 24 March 2021

Mats Årjes on track for the FIS

The battle is organised for the succession of the Swiss Gian-Franco Kasper to the presidency of the International Ski Federation (FIS). Sweden made official on Tuesday, March 23rd, the... Read more »

— 12 February 2021

Norway draws the curtain

Radical. Norway have decided to, altogether, cancel the Ski World Cup events in all disciplines, scheduled on their soil until the end of the season. The announcement was made... Read more »

— 21 January 2021

Cortina 2021 secures a new partner

It was time. With less than a month to go, the 2021 Alpine Skiing World Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo (February 7-21), Italy, have just secured a new major sponsor.... Read more »

— 21 January 2021

Calgary waives goodbye to 2021 Worlds

Round of applause. The Canadian city of Calgary, Alberta will not host the World Freestyle Ski and Snowboard Championships. It had applied to resume the event, after the abandonment... Read more »

— 18 January 2021

Sweden replaces China

Change of scenery. The next ski cross and snowboard cross world championships, initially scheduled for this year in China, will finally take place in Sweden. The two disciplines will... Read more »