In a reassuring step towards recovery, New Zealand’s Jossi Wells has won slopestyle gold at the FIS World Cup in Gstaad, Switzerland.
The first New Zealand athlete has been selected to wear the rings and fern and represent New Zealand with pride come the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia this February.
Breckenridge, USA- (12 January 2014) – Blizzard conditions in Breckenridge Colorado led to the cancellation of the slopestyle finals at the FIS Freestyle World Cup in Breckenridge, one of the final
Breckenridge, USA- (9 January 2014) – Solid results achieved by New Zealand’s freeski halfpipe athletes in today’s International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle
Breckenridge, USA- (8 January 2014) – New Zealand freeskier Jossi Wells has pushed through his recovering heel injury to qualify for the Slopestyle Finals in the The Internat
Copper Mountain, Colorado - (19 December 2013) – New Zealand freeskier Lyndon Sheehan (Wanaka) is through to the final rounds at the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup currently taking pl
Ruka, Finland - (13 December 2013) – Wanaka snowboarder, Rebecca ‘Bex’ Sinclair has won the silver medal in the second halfpipe contest of the FIS Snowboard World Cup season which was staged in Ruk
Skeleton Racer Katharine Eustace of Wanaka, slid to a career best result finishing 4th in the Lake Placid World Cup race at the home of the 1932 and 1980 Olympics on Mt Van Hoevenberg in New York S
New Zealand’s Olympic winter athletes are heading into the final qualification phase for the Sochi 2014 Games as the countdown to the opening ceremony approaches 90 days.
With less than three months to go until the XXII Olympic Winter Games, New Zealand’s top freeski and snowboard athletes are once again preparing for winter.