Skiing doesn't have the same number of awards as some other sports, such as football for example which seems to have a new one created every season, but there are a few annual gongs that are handed out, the most prestigious of which is the Skieur d'Or Award, which is named each Autumn on the eve of the new ski racing season.
Click on the links below for all the details to find out which skier's have picked up the awards over the years.
The annual Skier d'Or Award is the ski-racing industry's premier award, with the winner chosen by the journalists who follow the sport. Discover all of its previous winners and the history behind the award.
The Longines Rising Ski Star award was created by the luxury Swiss watch company to encourage the discovery of young ski-racing talent.
The International Matteo Baumgarten Award is given each year by the Baumgarten family to a young Alpine skier in honour of their son, Matteo, who was tragically killed in a car crash in 1996.