Athletes' Commission

What is the mission of the FIS Athletes' Commission?

Find out more about the purpose and focus of the Athletes' Commission

The mission of the FIS Athletes' Commission is to represent and empower the athletes

FIS athletes have their own Commission whose role is to make sure their interests are protected.

The mission of the FIS Athletes' Commission is to represent the voice and interests of the athletes by engaging in the decision-making processes within the FIS organisation and to empower athletes through the communication of information.

Meanwhile, its vision is to continue to innovate and push the FIS sports to grow while advocating for human rights, safety and health, and athlete career development. Furthermore, it is looking for opportunities to engage athlete champions and heroes to promote causes that are important to the development and sustainability of sports.


Firstly established in 1999, the Athletes’ Commission is the link between active athletes and FIS’ advisory and decision-making bodies.

The FIS Athletes’ Commission works in liaison with the IOC Athletes’ Commission in addition to individual National Ski Associations and their athlete representatives.

The Commission meets once per year, meanwhile, its members are involved in FIS’ main Committees and Working Groups. The chair of the Commission is represented on the FIS Council with voting rights.