Here's a roundup of some of the brightest stories from the week to cheer up your Friday.
It’s almost the end of ski season, which was marked by an exceptional volume of snow.
More than 2000 years after the Romans' most famous adversary crossed the Alps, there are elephants once more above the snow line. But this time the invasion is led by an Anglo-French couple.
A snowboarder says he survived getting caught in an avalanche thanks to his helmet and airbag.
Incredible high-speed passing maneuvers, bone-jarring crashes, heart-stopping action and clutch performances made the Red Bull Crashed Ice race in Marseille one of the most exciting ever.
Husky Racing is normally associated with frozen landscapes and snow covered mountain tops but a dry land equivalent is gripping the UK as dogs and their owners battle to win the British Siberian Husky Championship.
The opening ceremony for the 2018 Winter Olympics kicks off in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
The 42-year-old Canadian rider glided to victory at Bransko.
Baby, it's cold outside - but that didn't keep some of the world's most dedicated winter swimmers away from a competition in China's Heilongjiang Province
Top athletes launch #MyMoment campaign
Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday, May 10, took part in a gala ice hockey match Sochi’s Bolshoy Ice Dome.
France's Leo Slemmett became the new world champion on skis while his compatriot Marion Haerty won the women's snowboard title
The IOC says it regrets the NHL's move not to release its players for the Winter Games
Explosives powerful enough to blow up a house are being used to keep skiers safe from the risk of avalanches.
350 kiters from 29 nations have gathered in Hardangervidda in Norway for a 130-kilometre race on skis and snowboards.
The International Ice Hockey Federation has agreed to pay NHL players’ travel and insurance costs to try to lure them to the 2018 Winter Olympics but team owners have set more commercial demands, acco
Swiss Skier Andri Ragettli just made history by landing the world’s first quad cork 1800 safety grab at the Nine Royals in Italy.
Stefan Kraft left it late to clinch his first overall ski jumping world cup title in the last race of the season.
Norway are celebrating two successive World Cup ski-jumping team wins after victory at Planica in Slovenia
The Alpine skiing World Cup season ended on Sunday at the Colorado resort of Aspen.