Off to the Audi FIS Ski World Cup
The men’s Alpine Ski World Cup races on the Gran Risa Piste are a highlight for all ski enthusiasts
Sunday, 19th and Monday 20th December 2021
Every winter, around mid-December, ski enthusiasts look to South Tyrol and Alta Badia.
Four races of the Men's Alpine Ski World Cup will then take place. Two in Val Gardena and two races on the Gran Risa slope in La Villa/Alta Badia.
These are days full of adrenaline and great sporting challenges that no ski fan should miss. The athletes will compete curve after curve on one of the most technical slopes of the entire Ski World Cup, from the start at 1868m to the finish at 1420m.
The 36th edition will also be different from the others, but equally fascinating and full of adrenaline-filled moments. The current situation allows for an event with a limited number of spectators at the finish line, accordingly to the regulations, linked to the ongoing pandemic. Alta Badia is working hard again this year to ensure maximum security for the athletes, their teams, media representatives and everyone involved.
Enjoy the show from home
Those who are unable to follow their heroes directly at the foot of the Gran Risa can cheer them on from home, as both races will be broadcast worldwide. Simply log on at 10.00 a.m. for the first race and at 1.30 p.m. for the second race, both days.
More information on the Ski World Cup official website