Gian Franco Kasper of Switzerland has been re-elected unopposed as president of the International Ski Federation.
The International Ski Federation has chosen Are in Sweden to host the Alpine skiing world championships in 2019.
Canada's Dominique Maltais capped her snowboard cross season title by winning the final World Cup of the season on Saturday, while Paul Berg of Germany earned his first career individual win.
Hannah Kearney won her fourth World Cup moguls title Friday in the FIS Freestyle World Cup Finals, and the United States took the Nation's Cup for the second year in a row.
Spain's Rafael Nadal and American Lindsey Vonn are the winners of this year's Laureus Sports Awards.
Australian rider Alex Pullin held off a strong American field to win the snowboard cross world championship Tuesday, while Lindsey Jacobellis cruised to a third title in the women's event.
Stefan Gimpl has won a snowboard World Cup big air event on a ramp built on the field inside the Lluis Companys Olympic Stadium in Barcelona.
aria Riesch won her first World Cup slalom in more than four years when she claimed victory in La Molina, Spain, on Sunday.
Lindsey Vonn was disqualified for running off the course and Tanja Poutiainen of Finland won the giant slalom on Saturday, overtaking the American in the overall standings.
Austria's Marlies Schild took the slalom World Cup on Sunday with her sixth race win of the season.
Julia Mancuso finished sixth in a World Cup race Saturday, holding her position from the first leg.
Michaela Kirchgasser of Austria won a highly technical giant slalom Saturday for her first World Cup victory.
Renate Goetschl clinched the World Cup super-G title with two races left after Lindsey Kildow ended her season early because of a knee injury.
Marie Jose Rienda Contreras of Spain edged reigning overall champion Anja Paerson of Sweden on Saturday to capture a World Cup giant slalom at the Aspen Winternational.