One of the top 10 most popular sports across the UK, snowsport presents unique safety challenges by virtue of the high velocities often reached by athletes at the time of the potential impact. With an initial focus on minimising head injuries, novel wearable sensors are being developed and tested that can provide a continuous data record of the forces experienced by athletes during normal descents and at the moment of impact. Early stage multi-modal studies aim to correlate these through personalised modelling to structural and functional imaging of the athletes acquired within a few hours of injury, with the intention of informing the next-generation of helmet designs and other safety features to minimise the long-term impact of injury.