นายกแถลงข่าวหลังทราบผล Quota Winter Olympic Game จาก สหพันธ์กีฬาสกีนานาชาติ
published : 25 Jan 18 12:35 AM

นายกสมาคมกีฬาสกีและสโนว์บอร์ดแห่งประเทศไทย ดร. ปิยสวัสดิ์ อัมระนันทน์ ยืนยันไทยได้สิทธิ์ไปแข่งกีฬาโอลิมปิกฤดูหนาวจำนวน 4 คน

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ทีมชาติไทยไปโอลิมปิกฤดูหนาว 2018
published : 11 Nov 17 1:14 AM

11 พย. 2560 สมาคมสกีและสโนว์บอร์ดแห่งประเทศไทยมีนักกีฬาผ่านการคัดเลือกเข้าร่วมแข่งขันกีฬาโอลิมปิกฤดูหนาวแล้วจำนวน 3 อย่างไม่เป็นทางการ (รายชื่อขึ้นที่หน้าเว็บของสหพันธ์แล้ว) โดยมีรายชื่อดังนี้  Continue reading “ทีมชาติไทยไปโอลิมปิกฤดูหนาว 2018”

ประกาศ ๑/๒๕๖๐ คัดเลือกตัวนักกีฬาโอลิมปิก 2018
published : 16 May 17 7:46 AM

ประกาศสมาคม กีฬาสกีและสโนว์บอร์ดแห่งประเทศไทย
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Alpine skiing
published : 20 Apr 17 9:20 AM

Alpine skiing is a discipline where the skier slides down snow-covered slopes on skis with fixed heel bindings. The discipline is comprised of largely two types of disciplines: the speed (velocity) events and the technical (skills) events. The speed events are Downhill and Super-G, and the technical events are Giant Slalom and Slalom. In addition to these, there is another event called Alpine Combined that is a mixture of Downhill and Slalom. If we list the events based on the average speed, the order is Downhill->Super-G->Giant Slalom->Slalom, and if we list them according to the number of the gates they are listed in the opposite way. Also the Alpine Team Event will be newly introduced to the Olympic programme for the PyeongChang2018 Olympic Winter Games. Continue reading “Alpine skiing”

Cross-country skiing
published : 20 Apr 17 9:13 AM

Cross-country skiing is about gliding across a snow-covered field on skis in the shortest possible time frame. The course is composed of three equal segments of uphill, level, and downhill fields and athletes must employ classic or skate skiing techniques. The event is not limited to the ski slope like alpine skiing but can be enjoyed wherever the field is covered with snow, allowing participants to appreciate the natural beauty of the track. It has the further advantage that it is liable to less injury risk compared to other skiing events. The Winter Olympic Games presents a total of 12 events divided equally into six each for men and women. Continue reading “Cross-country skiing”

Freestyle skiing
published : 20 Apr 17 9:08 AM

Freestyle skiing is an artistic competition performing aerial acrobatics while freely gliding down a slope, and because of its diversified nature, an analogy is often drawn with a circus on the snow. Unlike Alpine Skiing where athletes compete for speed, Freestyle Skiing characteristically allows athletes to compete in aerial skills such as back flips and twists. The Olympic Winter Games include 10 freestyle skiing events: Moguls, Aerials, Ski Halfpipe, Ski Cross, and Ski Slopestyle. Continue reading “Freestyle skiing”

Snowboard
published : 20 Apr 17 9:02 AM

Snowboard is a sport that uses a board attached to rider’s feet to speed down a slope. Snowboard was first developed as a sport in the United States in the 1960s. It was officially adopted as a formal discipline at the Nagano 1998 Olympic Winter Games. Snowboard at the Olympic Games presents a total of 10 individual events:
Parallel Giant Slalom(men and women), Halfpipe(men and women), Snowboard Cross(men and women), Big Air(men and women; newly added for PyeongChang2018) and Slopestyle(men and women) Continue reading “Snowboard”

Nordic Combined
published : 20 Apr 17 8:50 AM

Nordic Combined brings cross-country and ski jumping together. It originated from a 19th century Norwegian ski festival where athletes enjoyed a package of cross-country skiing and ski jumping and was officially adopted as an event starting from the 1st Olympic Winter Games. Since each athlete must carry out both ski jumping, which requires high technique and audacity, and cross country skiing, which takes great physical strength, it is one of the toughest ski disciplines and offers only men’s competition and not one for women. The Olympic Winter Games includes three events. Continue reading “Nordic Combined”

Ski Jumping
published : 20 Apr 17 8:23 AM

Ski jumping is a form of Nordic skiing where the skier glides down a (35 – 37°) ramp at 90Km/h to jump and fly as far as they can go from the launching zone to make a stable landing in the landing section. Continue reading “Ski Jumping”