Canada's double Olympic medallist and world champion Charle Cournoyer has announced his retirement from short track speed skating.
Fundraising drive launched in bid to re-open Czech venue in time for 2024 Ski Flying World Championships
A fundraising drive has begun in the Czech Republic in a bid to re-open the ski jumping hills at Harrachov.
Olympic gold medallist Andreas Wank of Germany has announced his retirement from ski jumping at the age of 31.
Great Britain’s late Olympic figure skating champion John Curry is to have an international dance festival's entire programme dedicated to him.
The 16th edition of the International Ice Hockey Federation's Development Camp has drawn to a close in Vierumaki in Finland.
The United States cross-country team have appointed two foreign technicians to help for the 2019-2020 season.
Canada's Greg Johnson, a member of the ice hockey team that won the Olympic silver medal at Lillehammer 1994, has died at the age of only 48.
The Austrian who helped coach Jamaica's first Olympic bobsleigh team has died at the age of 78, it has been announced.
Alpine skier Sabrina Wanjiku Simader has received a boost in her bid to compete at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing after she received a scholarship from the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK).
International Ski Federation (FIS) officials carried out a successful inspection of the Sierra Nevada venue where the Snowboard Cross World Cup will return for the 2019-2020 season.
Jamaica hope hosting the Congress of the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) in 2021 will help grow its influence in the sport.
Alexei Kudashov has been appointed to replace Ilya Vorobyov as head coach of the Russian men's ice hockey team.
Six-times Olympic champion Viktor Ahn will step up his bid for a place on the Russian short track speed skating team when he competes at qualification events in September.
The Jamaica Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (JBSF) is set to host a recruitment drive this weekend as it searches for its next star.
Russian ice dancer Ekaterina Bobrova, a two-time Olympic medallist, has retired at the age of 29 after giving birth to her first child.