The International Ski Federation (FIS) is planning to hold a quadrennial, 16-day competition for Olympic and Paralympic snow sports including snowboarding, with around 100 medal events across all categories starting in 2028.
The FIS Games will be held in the one year in every four-year cycle that does not include an Olympics, Paralympics or world championships for snow sports.
Events will be held in Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, freestyle skiing, ski jumping and snowboarding as well as disciplines that aren’t on the Olympic program such as speed skiing, freeriding and telemark. Para Alpine skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing events are also on the preliminary schedule.
FIS is taking host applications until Nov. 1 and will elect the 2028 host in spring 2024.
The FIS Games can be hosted by one region or multiple regions, including across borders, at existing facilities