Former Olympic ski jumping gold medallist Martin Schmitt has been appointed as a talent scout for the German Ski Association (DSV).
Yevgeni Bobariko has been appointed head coach of the Russia women's ice hockey team.
A total of 48 athletes, who have won a combined 28 Olympic and 42 world titles, have accepted an invitation to compete at the first Martin Fourcade Nordic Festival in Annecy.
Forward Jan Hrbatý, who represented Czechoslovakia’s men’s side on 57 occasions, has died at the age of 77 following an illness.
Taiwan has blamed Chinese interference after a figure skating event was stripped from the country.
A convertible rink for the curling events at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games is expected to be completed by the end of this month, it has been claimed.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has announced that its inaugural World Mixed Doubles Qualification tournament will be held in Scotland this year.
Double Olympic medallist Linda Välimäki is the latest Finnish ice hockey player to announce her retirement.
A campaign has been launched to recruit volunteers for the 2020 World Men’s Curling Championship, which is due to take place in Glasgow.
US Speedskating has announced that new training and physiotherapy equipment has been installed at the Utah Olympic Oval.
USA Hockey has announced that National Hockey League (NHL) Network will televise live the final three days of games at the upcoming World Junior Summer Showcase in Plymouth.
Râșnov in Romania has been added to the programme for the International Ski Federation (FIS) Men's Ski Jumping World Cup next season, it has been announced.
Olympian Sarah Murphy has been appointed as high performance and office coordinator at Biathlon Canada.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) Calendar Conference in 2021 has been awarded to Portorož in Slovenia, it has been announced.
Slovenia's Timi Zajc won the first individual competition of the summer Ski Jumping Grand Prix series with victory in the men's individual large hill event in Wisla in Poland.