For the world's best ski jumpers the winter season starts this weekend in Wisla (POL).
The FIS Council will hold its annual Autumn Meeting at the FIS Office in Oberhofen (SUI) on Saturday, 18th November 2017.
21 young athletes from 14 developing National Ski Associations* are currently participating in a 30-day training camp at the Stubai, Hintertux and Pitztal glaciers in Austria. Starting on 15th October 2017, excellent snow conditions have provided favourable training.
The 2017/2018 World Cup season is set be an excellent year for families. Many World Cup destinations are offering family with children special deals to enjoy the action. Here are some of this winter’s highlights:
On Saturday, 28th October 2017 in Helsinki (FIN), Markku Haapasalmi was unanimously elected as the new President of the Finnish Ski Association by the Association’s Council. Haapasalmi follows in the footsteps of Jukka-Pekka Vuori who held the position for the past four years.
The FIS Forum Alpinum for the 2017/18 season took place on 27th October 2017 in Soelden (AUT) as members of the alpine ski racing community and media gathered together for the annual event.
Ski Jumping took centre stage at the 4th Coordination Group for the Seefeld 2019 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.
This season the title of World’s Largest Kids Snow programme belongs to the Canadian Ski Council for the second consecutive season as the Grade 4 and 5 Snowpass continues into the new season.
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