Athletes from the United States picked up six medals including one gold on the first day of action at the World Para Snowboarding World Cup in Big White in Canada.
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Britain's two-time Invictus Games champion Alex Tate hopes to compete at the next Summer and Winter Paralympic Games’ after learning to snowboard.
The World Para Snowboarding World Cup season is set to continue tomorrow after a break of over two-months, with the fourth event of the season in Big White in Canada.
France's Marie Bochet won the women's super combined standing event at the World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Sella Nevea today to claim her fifth gold medal of the event.
Dutchman Jeroen Kampschreur and Marie Bochet of France each completed their hat-trick of gold medals as they claimed their third titles at this year's World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Sella Nevea in Italy.
Downhill races at the 2019 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Sella Nevea have today been postponed due to poor weather.
Marie Bochet and Henrieta Farkasova each secured the slalom/giant slalom double, in the standing and visually impaired categories respectively, at the 2019 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Kranjska Gora.
France's Arthur Bauchet claimed his second gold medal at the World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Kranjska Gora after successfully defending his men's slalom standing title today.
Paralympic champion Momoka Muraoka of Japan beat the German duo of Anna Schaffelhuber and Anna-Lena Forster to victory in the sitting event as the women’s giant slalom races took centre stage today at the World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Kranjska Gora in Slovenia.
Dutch skier Jeroen Kampschreur secured back-to-back men’s sitting giant slalom titles as the World Para Alpine Skiing Championships began in Kranjska Gora.
The 2019 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships, co-hosted by Slovenia and Italy, are scheduled to get underway tomorrow.
Austria's Veronika Aigner, Canada's Frédérique Turgeon and Norway's Jasper Pedersen all picked up their second wins in two days today at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup in Croatia's capital Zagreb.
Canada's Turgeon secures first-ever World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup podium finish with victory in Zagreb
Canada’s Frédérique Turgeon earned her first-ever podium finish in the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup by winning the women’s slalom standing event in Croatia's capital Zagreb.
Skiers will hope to clinch a Para Alpine Skiing World Cup victory in Zagreb as they build towards the World Championships.
The Canadian Paralympic Committee have named five winter Para-athletes that are expected to star in their respective World Championships this year.