What does this mean for skiers?
The word “tournament” has become an issue for some in the industry and has been associated with the sport.
It has been used to refer to a series of events that takes place over a weekend, and is often referred to as the World Cup.
It means that a group of skiers are racing, and competing for a medal or title, in a competition.
In a statement, the World Ski Federation said that it is “not a sanctioning body, it is not a governing body, and its primary responsibility is to protect the rights and welfare of skier and snowboarders”.
However, the federation said it has taken the issue to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and that it was “unaware of any sanctions” issued to a particular athlete in relation to the event.
The governing body added that it has been in discussions with WADA, the International Ski Federation (FIS), the International Association of Snowboarders (IAOS) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
“We are confident that the IOC will look into this matter,” it said.
“We will be monitoring the situation closely.”
The World Ski Association is currently in discussions about its future after a recent summit was held in Paris.
Its executive committee meets on Friday and the governing body’s board of directors will meet on Saturday to discuss the future.