Last week during the 51st FIS Congress in Costa Navarino (GRE) the Cross-Country Committee and its Sub-Committees had their meetings. Here’s a summary of the most important decisions.
While his teammates are getting ready for the upcoming season in a training camp in Kuopio with their new head coach Lauri Hakola, Ville Larinto has now announced his retirement.
While the most teams are already have been starting their preparations for next winter, one long-time member of the World Cup circuit has meanwhile announced her career's end: after some 20 years of doing what she loved the most on a competitive level, Mercedes Nicoll (CAN) has called it a day.
Some of Nordic Combined’s big names have said their goodbyes to their World Cup career and are looking forward to new chapters in their lives.
The Ski Jumping fans can look forward to seeing Simon Ammann compete also next season. As the Swiss Ski Association announced, the veteran has decided to continue his career.
2014 Olympic sprint champion and 2-time World Champion Ola Vigen Hattestad has decided to end his skiing career.
The end of the Olympic cycle season marked the announcement of the following athletes' retirement from competitive snowboarding, including Olympic and World Champions.
Dmitriy Dubrovskiy was re-elected as president of the Russian Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Federation.
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