An Olympic journey from Innsbruck 2012 to London 2012 by bike, raising money for Disability Snowsport UK (DSUK).
24 young athletes from ten winter Olympic disciplines to compete for Team GB.
Alpine Training Centre are running courses for top recreational skiers looking to hone their ski race skills this winter.
Peak Retreats wins Best Ski Company award for the third consecutive year at the Guardian/Observer Travel Awards.
Les Deux Alpes has opened its glacier for the October half term holiday.
Freestyle camps are on offer to all this Autumn across the UK.
Ski Club of Great Britain and the Warren Smith Ski Fitness Team launch a new series of Ski Fit training days.
The Saas-Fee Ride 11 summer Freeski competition found itself in the middle of winter like conditions and powder snow on the Allalin Snowpark in Saas-Fee.
The Scott Contessa UK team take the win, and the mixed team takes 2nd place.
The seventh edition of the Alpine Music Festival will be held in Saas-Fee from 7 to10 July 2011. This year there will be 14 groups from Switzerland participating.
Youth charity Snow-Camp has just returned from their latest adventure in the French Alps, but this time with 20 young people having been recognised as trained ski instructors.
The SportAccord Convention in London last week offered one of the last chances for the three bidding cities for the 2018 Olympic Games Munich, Annecy and PyeongChang to present to the international sporting community.
Following the meeting of its Executive Board in London on Wednesday, 6th April, the International Olympic Committee has confirmed the inclusion of a total of six new events on the program of the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014.
A new eco-friendly portable ashtray has been launched by the Ski Club of Great Britain as part of their Respect the Mountain campaign as Ben Clatworthy reports.
Today saw 76 Men competing in the NJC Men’s Giant Slalom and 50 Ladies taking part in the Slalom, in temperatures so warm that the races were brought forward and started at 07:45.
The British Alpine Ski Championships are currently taking place in the French resort of Meribel which is part of the Les 3 Vallees ski area. Ben Clatworthy reports.
With only a few weeks to go before the Brits Music & Snow Festival (www.the-brits.com) hits Laax, Switzerland, the organisers say they are excited to announce the return of key events including chance to put the pedal to the metal during the Garmin Downhill Challenge.
After a two year break, July 24th 2010 sees the return of the Ski Everest Challenge to SNO!zone, Scotland’s indoor snow slope at Xscape, Braehead, Glasgow.
On Thursday 3rd December, Victoria Beckham will perform live at one of the greatest club in the Alps, Pacha in the Designhotel Madlein, Ischgl, for the launch of the first designer bottles of RICH Prosecco and RICH Rosé.
With Breckenridge due to open in less than a week, it was a good time for local Breckenridge boy – Bobby Brown – to notch up second place in the “Big Air” competition at the recent London Freeze held at Battersea Power Station.
A new on-snow festival is set to rock the Andorran resort of Arinsal this winter. The Big Snow Festival will be staged between 14th and 21st March 2010, offering what the organisers predict will be a weeklong rollercoaster of skiing and snowboarding, combined with top music acts and pumping beats.
Whistler Blackcomb has announced that this year’s WinterPride week is scheduled for March 1 – 8, between the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and that during both stages of the Games there will be a gay and lesbian venue available.
American skiing superstars Bode Miller and Ted Ligety are among the first to sign up for the first ‘World Alpine Rockfest which is being staged on December 22nd by the Paganella ski pass region in the Italian Dolomites with a prize purse of 100,000 Euros ($150,000 US) for the winner.
SNO!zone will kick off the British Snow Tour with The Pre-Snow Tour Party on Friday 2nd October.
The Freeride World Tour has announced the dates for its third season. The world’s best skiers and snowboarders will once again be battling it out in four ski resorts spread across the world.
The Anglo-Swiss Parliamentary Ski Week will be staged for the 54th season in a row in Davos, Switzerland.
Kaprun have announced plans to run freestyle camps for children, teens and novices over a three week period from October 17th to November 7thon the resort’s Kitzsteinhorn glacier.
To mark the start of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, Canada, CairnGorm Mountain in the Scottish Highlands is inviting the public to take part in or watch “Olympic Flame Descents” on Wednesday 17th February 2010.
Zoe Gillings, Britains No 1 Snow sports athlete today produced her seasons best result so far finishing in 6th place at the latest round of the World Cup Snowboard cross series in Bad Gastein, Austria.
With the 2010 Olympics less than a month away, Vancouver is seeing unseasonable warm weather and has already broken the January rainfall average of 139mm.
Saalbach Hinterglemm will host the leading ski and party week for Europe’s gay community from the 20th to 27th March.
The Japanese national team has announced it will train at high altitude in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, ahead of the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa.