The finale of this season’s Women’s Ski Jumping World Cup grew yet more dramatic at Chaikovsky today as Austria’s Marita Kramer won her third consecutive event to effectively secure the Blue Bird Russian Tour title and retain an outside chance of the overall crystal globe prize.
Ryōyū Kobayashi won the opening Ski Jumping World Cup contest in Panica in dominant fashion, producing the biggest jump in each round, although the triumph was overshadowed by a vicious fall involving Daniel-André Tande.
Marita Kramer maintained her recent dominant form as she topped qualifying for tomorrow’s normal hill competition at Chaikovsky, which is staging the final women’s Ski Jumping World Cup of the season.
Nika Križnar will go into tomorrow’s last Women’s Ski Jumping World Cup of the season in Chaikovsky defending a narrow five-point overall lead over Japan's Sara Takanashi.
Ryōyū Kobayashi continued his good form by topping qualification for the first of four International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup events in Planica.
The United States' Colby Stevenson and France's Tess Ledeux head into the final leg of the 2020-2021 slopestyle season in the lead with both looking to win their first International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Ski World Cup titles in the discipline.
Snowboarder Julie Pomagalski, who won the women's snowboard cross world title in 1999, has died at the age of 40 after being caught in an avalanche in Switzerland.
Russian Ksenia Orlova and Czech Republic’s Matěj Švancer claimed their second gold medals of this year’s Freestyle Ski Junior World Championships after winning the respective women’s and men’s freeski Big Air competitions in Krasnoyarsk.
Swedish Olympic Committee President Mats Årjes has been nominated for the International Ski Federation (FIS) Presidency by the Swedish Ski Association (SSA).
The International Ski Federation (FIS) men's Ski Jumping World Cup season will conclude in Planica this week, with a series of contests on the Slovenian resort's flying hill.
Lazarenko follows up silver with gold at the Freestyle Ski World Junior Championships in Krasnoyarsk
Viktoriia Lazarenko, representing the Russian Ski Federation, won gold in the dual moguls at the Freestyle Ski Junior World Championships in Krasnoyarsk, with Japan’s Haruka Nakao taking silver.
Chloe Kim of the United States and Japan's Yūto Totsuka have claimed the women's and men's International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup halfpipe titles, respectively, after completing their undefeated campaigns with victory in Aspen.
Switzerland’s Fanny Smith and Canada’s Reece Howden were crowned winners of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Cross World Cup crystal globes, as Sandra Naeslund and Florian Wilmsmann won the final event in Veysonnaz.
Austria’s Manuel Feller and New Zealand’s Alice Robinson claimed victories in the final event of the 2020-2021 International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup season in Lenzerheide.
A day after sealing the men’s overall International Ski Federation Nordic Combined World Cup title for the third successive year, Jarl Magnus Riiber concluded the season with another golden finish.