German Ski Association

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German Ski Association
DSV logo.svg
Official logo
Abbreviation DSV
Formation 1905
Headquarters Planegg, Bavaria
President
Alfons Hörmann
Parent organization
FIS
Website http://www.ski-online.de

The German Ski Association (German: Deutscher Skiverband or DSV) is the national governing body for skiing in Germany. The organisation was founded in 1905 among local ski clubs. The German Ski Association represents international interests of the German skiing and trains athletes and trainers. The DSV headquarters are located in Planegg, south of Munich. Current DSV president is Alfons Hörmann.

Divisions[edit]

The DSV represents these sports:

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