Olympic Spirit Burns Bright in Greek Alpine Skier

Ioannis Antoniou, first torchbearer for Sochi 2014, races down Cortina's slopes with an eye on qualifying for Beijing 2022.

ICYMI: Thoughts on Paris 2024 Sport Program; Panam Sports vs. Pandemic

#ICYMI -- In Case You Missed It ... Sometimes the best stories don't get the attention we think they deserve.

Paris 2024 Sport Program: A Young Person’s Review

(ATR) 2024 changes generally positive; some missed opportunities, questionable additions

Slalom world titles and Olympic quotas on the line in Spain

Police Search for Spanish Olympian

(ATR) Her car has been found, but not Blanca Fernández Ochoa, Spain’s first female Winter Olympic medalist.

ICF announces host cities of 2024 Olympic sprint and slalom qualifiers

North Korea Skier Delivers Message of Hope After Slalom

(ATR) Ryon-Hyang Kim eases her way down slalom course finishing last in 54th place - and calls for two Koreas to unite for future events

Adverse Weather Postpones Another Olympic Alpine Event

(ATR) Ladies slalom delayed until Friday due to high winds and poor visibility.

ICF vice-President Tony Estanguet with IOC President Thomas Bach

Hahnenkamm Conditions Provide Relief to Challenging Ski Season

(ATR) Sunny skies and plenty of snow should provide ideal conditions for skiers this weekend in Kitzbuhel, Austria.

Skiers Debate Merits of Alpine Combined Discipline

(ATR) Skiing's traditional alpine combined event struggles to receive adequate recognition on the FIS World Cup tour.

ICF Competition to design and construct a Canoe Slalom Gate

Win 3000 Euros!

Laurie Stephens wins giant slalom bronze at world cup finals

Stephens finished in third with a time of 2:00.64 in the women’s sitting competition...

Hectic Day at Hafjell Ski and Snowboard Venues

(ATR) It was a busy day on the mountain at the Hafjell venues as five sets of Youth Olympic Games medals were awarded. 

FIS Says Drone Crash "Cannot Happen Again"

(ATR) The International Ski Federation is investigating the drone crash that nearly hit top skier Marcel Hirscher.

Russia claim hat-trick of giant slalom world titles in Panorama

Russian skiers had to a day to remember on Sunday (8 March) at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama, Canada, winning three of the six giant slalom titles courtesy of Aleksandra Frantceva, Valerii Redkozubov and Alexey Bugaev.

Austrians win three from six at Europa Cup finals

Austrian skiers had a day to remember on Tuesday (17 February), the second day of the IPC Alpine Skiing Europa Cup Finals in Sella Nevea, Italy, winning three out of six giant slalom races. 

Austrian and French skiers excel at Europa Cup Finals

Austrian and French skiers each secured two slalom wins apiece on the first day of competition at the IPC Alpine Skiing Europa Cup Finals in Sella Nevea, Italy, on Monday (16 February). 

USA's Jallen takes slalom victory in La Molina

Bochet takes slalom win on season debut

France's Marie Bochet sent a clear message that she intends to retain all five of her world titles later this year by beating Germany's Andrea Rothfuss on Thursday (8 January) in slalom at the first IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup of the 2014-15 season in La Molina, Spain.  

Banned Skier Vanessa Mae Puts Hopes with Arbitrators

(ATR) The famed Thai skier and violinist will have her day in the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Shea, Schultz win inaugural snowboard banked slalom world cup titles

Mike Shea (Castaic, California) and Mike Schultz (St. Cloud, Minnesota) added their names to the history books as they won the first-ever banked slalom world cup titles at the first stop of the International Paralympic Committee Para-Snowboard World Cup circuit on Thursday in Landgraff, Netherlands.

Canoe Slalom Worlds Make Waves in Return to U.S.

(ATR) After 25 years, the canoe slalom world championships returned to the United States.

USA Canoe/Kayak "Looks Ahead" to Rio Olympics -- ATR Podcast

(ATR) Olympian Joe Jacobi discusses how the Canoe Slalom World Championships could affect the road to Rio 2016.

Construction Starts at Slalom Olympic Venue

AUDIO: John Coates on Tokyo 2020 Progress, Potential Venue Changes

(ATR) Hear from the IOC vice president as he welcomes support from "the best of Japan."

ATR Podcast -- A Look Ahead for USA Canoe/Kayak

(ATR) USA Canoe/Kayak CEO Joe Jacobi discusses the ICF Slalom World Championships, the 2014 YOG and Rio 2016.

Photodesk -- Women`s Night Slalom

(ATR) A look at the Women's slalom from the Rosa Khutor Alpine Center in Sochi.

Sochi Medal Tally -- February 19

(ATR) Thanks to a gold in men's giant slalom, the U.S. has a Games-leading 23 overall medals.

Maze Wins Giant Slalom for Second Gold

(ATR) Snow, fog and rain along the giant slalom course couldn’t slow down Tina Maze of Slovenia.