International Ski Federation

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Fédération Internationale de Ski
Fédération internationale de ski (logo).svg
Formation 1924
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Oberhofen am Thunersee, Switzerland
Membership 118 members
Official language
English, French, German and Russian
Gian-Franco Kasper
Website http://www.fis-ski.com

International Ski Federation (F.I.S.; short for Federation Internationale de Ski) is the world highest governing body for international skiing and snowboarding founded in 1924.

It is responsible for the Olympic disciplines of Alpine skiing, Cross-Country skiing, Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined, Freestyle skiing and Snowboarding including setting the international competition rules. The organization now has a membership of 118 national ski associations and is based in Oberhofen am Thunersee, Switzerland.

Ski disciplines[edit]

The federation organises the following ski sport disciplines, for which it oversees World Cup competitions and World Championships:

Note: The discipline of Biathlon, which combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, has its own organisation, the International Biathlon Union (IBU).

FIS Congress history[edit]

List of all hosts:[1]

Presidents[edit]

FIS Overall Crystal Globe
# Name Nationality Term
1. Ivar Holmquist Sweden 1924–1934
2. Nicolai Ramm Østgaard Norway 1934–1951
3. Marc Hodler Switzerland 1951–1998
4. Gian-Franco Kasper Switzerland 1998–

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of past Congress summaries fis-ski.com

External links[edit]