Federation Focus: Lake Placid Loses 2021 IBSF World Championships

Also: European Games 2023 preliminary sports list; Beijing 2022 ski jumping hills near completion

Year-Round Ski Jump Comes to Southern Hemisphere

(ATR) The facility, a cornerstone to developing winter sports in Australia, will be located in Brisbane.

Funding Issue Threatens Calgary 2026 Bid

(ATR) A provincial government budgetary decision is a setback for Calgary as city council mulls an Olympic bid.

Sponsors Make Presence Known in PyeongChang -- Sponsors Spotlight

(ATR) Also: Louis Vega joins ATRadio to talk about Dow's Olympic role; Omega keeps PyeongChang 2018 on time.

Ski Federation Family to Convene in Slovenia

(ATR) The FIS Strategic Plan and potential rules changes among agenda items at annual Calendar Conference.

Sapporo Opened the Door to Winter Sport in Asia

(ATR) Japan sports legends say the 1972 Winter Olympics made this week's Asian Winter Games possible.

Ski Jumping at 2017 AWG -- Photodesk

(ATR) The 2017 Sapporo Asian Winter Games run through Feb. 26. Click here for photos.

First Golds for Alpine Skiing at 2017 AWG -- Photodesk

(ATR) The 2017 Sapporo Asian Winter Games run through Feb. 26. Click here for photos.

Almaty Hosts 28th Winter Universiade -- Photodesk

(ATR) 175 athletes from 57 countries are competing in 12 different sports. 

Over 750 Hours of FIS World Cup Skiing on NBC Sports Group this Season

Coverage includes 50 hours on NBCSN, triple the amount that aired on the network during the 2015-16 FIS World Cup season. 

Ski Federation Chief Praises Sochi 2014

(ATR) Gian Franco Kasper tells ATR that the Winter Games were surprisingly strong in some respects.

Krasnaya Polyana Weather Becoming a Factor

(ATR) Also: No pins for sale in Sochi ... Spectators still MIA despite ticket sales ... Robust crowd for Russian hockey presser

Media Watch -- Road to Sochi; Boston's "Olympic Dream"

(ATR) The Sochi Olympics will be the first to incorporate women’s ski jumping…The media scrutinizes Boston’s “lofty Olympic dream.”

Ski Chief Reveals Sochi Concerns

(ATR) Gian Franco Kasper is confident the Sochi Olympics will be “perfectly executed” but may lack atmosphere.

Olympic Photodesk - Sochi Stages First International Test Events

(ATR) Sochi 2014 stages its first international test events, the International Skating Union Grand Prix Finals and a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup ... Images inside this Olympic Photodesk ...

Sochi Scene - Praise for Jumping, Skating Venues; Putin Attends Test Event

(ATR) Sochi 2014 says its first weekend of international test events was a success ... Reactions from athletes, organizers, federation presidents and Vladimir Putin inside this Sochi Scene ...

Around Innsbruck 2012 - Sun, Fun & 1st Medals

(ATR) The first ever medals for women’s ski jump at an Olympics…Smooth Day 1 operations says Innsbruck 2012 CEO…That opening ceremony #x@%! moment… ATR’s Ed Hula and Brian Pinelli report from Innsbruck.

Vancouver View -- Ski Jump Appeal, Olympic Jobs, Ticket Sales

(ATR) Women ski jumpers appeal their exclusion from the Olympics ... another try this weekend for ticket sales ... nearly 21,000 jobs created by the 2010 Games.

Vancouver View - Stadium Endangering Worker Safety; Security Housing Costs Rise

(ATR) Concerns over workplace safety still plague B.C. Place Stadium...RCMP paying almost $16 million more to charter cruise ships than originally projected

Vancouver View: VANOC Argues Ski Jumping is Out of Its Hands

(ATR) The Olympics are the "sole and exclusive property" of the IOC. That is the defense being presented by VANOC's lawyers for the second day against a bid by 15 women seeking a ski jumping competition at the 2010 Winter Olympics

On the Scene at Sportaccord -- Ski Jumpers Request Meeting with Rogge

(ATR) Two of the 15 women suing VANOC in a bid for a women's ski jumping competition at the 2010 Games issued a public plea Wednesday for a meeting with IOC President Jacques Rogge

World Briefs – Nuzman, Hickey Win Reelection, Ski Jumping Lawsuit, Chinese Athletes Raise Money for Quake

(ATR) Brazil's Carlos Nuzman and Ireland’s Patrick Hickey win new terms as NOC presidents, a 17 year old joins the women's ski jumping lawsuit and Chinese Olympians sell their gear to raise funds for Sichuan earthquake victims. These stories and more in World Briefs