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The final athletes have been announced today to the New Zealand team to the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games bringing the team size to 21, New Zealand’s largest ever.

Paralympics New Zealand in conjunction with Snow Sports NZ regrets to announce that Para athlete Aaron Ewen has withdrawn from the New Zealand Paralympic Winter Games Team.

New Zealand snowboarder Christy Prior has won the Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup at Snowmass Resort in the USA, with teammate Tiarn Collins also claiming bronze in the men's field.

Jackson and Beau-James Wells have been selected to represent New Zealand at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

Snow Sports NZ is delighted to have Para alpine skier Corey Peters named as a finalist in the Halberg Disabled Sportsperson of the Year category and freeskier Nico Porteous named as a finalist in the Emerging Talent category at the 55th Halberg Awards.

A win and a second place finish at FIS races in Gaal, Austria signal a strong start to the year for ski racer Alice Robinson. The podium finishes follow a strong World Cup debut performance by the first-year FIS athlete in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia last week.

The New Zealand Olympic Committee together with Snow Sports NZ regret to announce that freeski slopestyle athlete Jossi Wells has withdrawn from the New Zealand Olympic Winter Games team.

Para alpine skiers Adam Hall and Corey Peters  have claimed an impressive medal haul at the first World Para Alpine Skiing races of the season.

The new year is off to a good start for Corey Peter who has claimed two silver medals in Giant Slalom at the first World Para Alpine Skiing races of the season.

Martin Toomey has resigned as Chief Executive Officer of Snow Sports NZ having accepted the role of Chief Executive Officer of Winter Games NZ.

Adam Hall has won gold at the last World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup of the year, claiming the fastest overall time in the men’s standing Slalom in Kuhtai, Austria. The result comes off the back of his silver-medal winning performance yesterday.

Para alpine skier Adam Hall is closing out the year on a high note, claiming a silver medal at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Slalom in Kuhtai, Austria.

Ski racer Alice Robinson has earned an impressive win against a strong international field in a Giant Slalom NorAM in Panorama, Canada.

Miguel Porteous has demonstrated that he is in a good place on his build to the PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games in February with a solid performance in the men's Freeski Superpipe Dew Tour finals and a sixth place finish.

The 2017 Winter Dew Tour  got underway in Colorado, USA today with NZ freeskier Miguel Porteous earning himself a spot in the men's freeski superpipe finals. 

There was more bad luck lined up for the 2017 Audi FIS Ski Cross Alps Tour on Tuesday night in Arosa (SUI), as the second competition in a row was forced to be cancelled due to the inclement weather that has been hovering over the Alps for the past week.

The season’s first World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, with races set to take place in St. Moritz, Switzerland, from 13-16 December, has been cancelled due to bad weather conditions. 

Beau-James Wells has made a promising return to competition following a seven-month-long injury break and has finished sixth at the FIS Ski halfpipe World Cup  in Copper Mountain, USA.

New Zealand freeski halfpipe specialists Beau-James Wells and Nico Porteous  have successfully qualified for finals within a hard-hitting World Cup field in the USA.

16-year-old Queenstown ski racer Alice Robinson has finished second in Giant Slalom, first in the U19 division, at an International Ski Federation (FIS) race at Copper Mountain resort in the USA.

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