Olympic silver medallist Mathilde Gremaud won the first World Cup title of her career as freestyle skiing slopestyle action took place in Mammoth Mountain.
Women's qualifying action at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Skiing World Cup in Fort Romeu was postponed today due to high winds.
China's Cai Xuetong has won Snowboard Halfpipe World Cup gold on home snow at the Secret Garden contest in Hebei province.
Switzerland's Andri Ragettli sealed the overall Ski Slopestyle World Cup title with a silver-medal performance at the season-ending event in Seiseralm today.
United States’ Nicholas Goepper topped the men’s International Ski Federation Slopestyle World Cup qualification on the first day of action in Seiseralm.
Alex Hall was the top qualifier as the International Ski Federation Ski Slopestyle World Cup season resumed in Silvaplana following the break for the Winter Olympics.
Newly crowned Olympic champion Sarah Hoefflin will hope to underline her status when she competes at the first Slopestyle World Cup competition since Pyeongchang 2018 in Silvaplana.
Slopestyle qualifiers brought forward but cancelled due to heavy snowfall at FIS Snowboard World Cup in Laax
Heavy snowfall has forced officials at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup in Laax to call off today's slopestyle qualification, which had been brought forward from tomorrow due to a bad weather forecast.
Two-time Olympic champion Shaun White confirmed his place on the United States team for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games after posting a perfect score to win today's men’s halfpipe event at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard Freestyle World Cup in Snowmass.
Sweden’s Oscar Wester and France’s Tess Ledeux won the respective men’s and women’s finals as action concluded today at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Slopestyle World Cup in Font Romeu in France today.
Norway’s Tiril Sjastad Christiansen finished top of the women’s qualification standings at the International Ski Federation Slopestyle World Cup in Font Romeu in France today.
Norway’s Oystein Braaten and Sweden’s Oscar Wester won their respective men’s qualification heats as action began today at the International Ski Federation Slopestyle World Cup in Font Romeu in France.
The International Ski Federation Slopestyle World Cup is scheduled to continue tomorrow with the first of three days of action in Font Romeu in France.
Elite ski freestyle athletes from around the world will resume action at the Monchengladbach's Sparkassen Park tomorrow (December 1).
Norway’s Oystein Braaten earned a maiden International Ski Federation (FIS) Slopestyle World Cup after a fine performance in Stubai.