Khoroshilov writes history in Schladming
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In tonight’s slalom race in Schladming, Russian Alexander Khoroshilov made history as after putting together two flawless runs he claimed the first men’s Alpine World Cup victory for Russia ever since Alexander Zhirov won his last race, a giant slalom in Laax in 1981. 
Lindsey Vonn breaks record with win No. 63
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Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy – After equalling the record of World Cup victories on Sunday, Lindsey Vonn didn't have to wait long to break it.
World Snow Day a Huge Success!
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The fourth edition of the FIS World Snow Day was the biggest and most successful yet with 645 events in 45 countries and an estimated 600’000 participants. 
New Year’s Message by the FIS President
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Welcome to 2015, a year that is sure to be filled with many highlights for FIS. The year is already off to a great start as Central Europe finally received some much-needed snow, giving our upcoming Organisers the perfect way to being the New Year.
Around the world
Simon Ammann back in training
30 January 2015
FIS disciplines part of European Youth Olympic Festival
29 January 2015
30th anniversary for Lake Placid as Freestyle World Cup gets back to business with MO
29 January 2015
FIS News
World Cup returns to Rogla
30 January 2015
Falun 2015 – less than one month to go
30 January 2015
News from the FIS Development Programme Training Camp in Kreischberg
29 January 2015
Sport News
China tops in Lake Placid aerials team event
1 February 2015
Slovenia wins in Willingen
1 February 2015
Norway and USA announce team's for Falun 2015
1 February 2015
Road to Olympics
Almaty and Beijing submit Candidature Files for 2022 Olympic Winter Games
8 January 2015
IOC and International Federations team up to protect clean athletes
4 December 2014
Strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement unveiled
24 November 2014

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