FIS Announces FIS Athletes’ Commission Members 2023-2027

The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) is pleased to announce the elected athletes who will serve on the FIS Athletes’ Commission for the term 2023-2027.

The members of the FIS Athletes’ Commission serve as the representatives of their fellow athletes to present viewpoints to the FIS Technical Committees and interact with the FIS management on behalf of their discipline on a regular basis. It is the role of members to communicate decisions of the FIS Technical Committees back to their fellow athletes.

After the elections were held at the various FIS World Championships during the last month, 14 athletes were elected. Each of the six FIS Olympic disciplines will be represented by one female and one male representative. In addition, the non-Olympic disciplines have one male and one female representative in total.

Below are the members who will serve on the Athletes’ Commission from 2023-2027:

  • Cross Country - James Clugnet – Great Britain
  • Cross Country - Julia Kern – United States
  • Ski Jumping - *Jernej Damjan – Slovenia
  • Ski Jumping - Eva Pinkelnig – Austria
  • Nordic Combined - Johannes Rydzek – Germany
  • Nordic Combined - Ida Hagen – Norway
  • Alpine - *Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen – Norway
  • Alpine - *Verena Stuffer – Italy
  • Freestyle - *Alex Fiva – Switzerland
  • Freestyle - Sarah Hoefflin – Switzerland
  • Snowboard - Annamari Dancha – Ukraine
  • Snowboard - *Alex Payer – Austria
  • Telemark - *Jasmin Taylor – Great Britain
  • Speed Skiing - *Joost Vandendries – Belgium

In total, the new commission has good mix of veteran and new representatives with a 50/50 split. Athletes denoted with a * are returning members of the commission. One para sport representative will be named at the end of this month to join the FIS Athletes’ Commission.

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