American-born Russian double Olympic snowboarding gold medallist Vic Wild is set to return to training after missing the first camp for athletes in the parallel disciplines due to coronavirus restrictions.
Olympic medallists Gus Kenworthy, Billy Morgan and Izzy Atkin are among the athletes named in GB Snowsport’s freeski and freestyle snowboard squads for the upcoming season.
Sochi 2014 Olympic snowboarding champion Iouri Podladtchikov announced his retirement after struggling with injuries in recent years.
Sam Smoothy's team topped the Winter Games NZ Obsidian leaderboard at the halfway point.
Snow Australia has welcomed the New South Wales (NSW) Government's decision to advance the development application for the first stage of the National Snowsports Training Centre (NSTC) project in Jindabyne.
Winter Games NZ chief executive Martin Toomey has said holding a scaled down version will be crucial to ensuring the future of the event.
Inspections have taken place at three winter resorts which are due to hold ski and snowboard cross World Cups in the new 2020-2021 season.
New Zealand's Winter Olympian Christy Prior has announced her retirement from the country's national snowboard team.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is among those to have paid tribute to two-time world champion snowboarder Alex Pullin, who has died aged 32.
The Italian Winter Sports Federation (FISI) celebrated winning the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup Nations Cup for the first time.
The Burton United States Open Snowboarding Championships have been cancelled for 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Olympic snowboarding bronze medallist Billy Morgan has said he will not compete at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
USASA holding auction after cancellation of National Championships leaves it in "potential jeopardy"
The United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) has launched a relief auction to raise funds that would have come from the cancelled 2020 USASA National Championships, with the future of the organisation in "potential jeopardy".
Olympic champion Michela Moioli of Italy and Austrian Alessandro Hämmerle wrapped up the overall women's and men's titles, respectively, with victories at the final International Ski Federation Snowboard Cross World Cup of the season in Switzerland.
Katie Ormerod of Britain earned her first crystal globe after the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup season ended early due to the coronavirus outbreak.