PROGRAM

We
2023-01-04

Night Slalom men

Gudiberg

15.45/ 18.45

Sa
2023-01-28

Downhill men

Kandahar

11.30

Su
2023-01-29

Giant Slalom men

Kandahar

10.30/ 13.30

Race Course Gudiberg and Kandahar

The Gudiberg is situated right next to the Hill of the skijumping. The race track is one of the  steepest and most difficult Slalom slopes in the whole alpine Worldcup. From the start until the finishline the slope can be seen from the spectators in the finish area

The Kandahar run in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is one of the most demanding races in the Alpine Ski World Cup. In 1954, Garmisch-Partenkirchen began hosting the traditional Arlberg-Kandahar races. The Kandahar run is named in honor of Frederick Roberts, a British military leader who returned from Afghanistan as the “Earl of Kandahar”. Since 1970, FIS Ski World Cup races have been held on the Kandahar in Garmisch annually. In February 2011 Garmisch-Partenkirchen hosted the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships themed "Festival in the Snow". The event was a great success!

Start: 942 m

 

Finish: 735 m

 

Length: 655 m

 

estimated time:

SLALOM: run 1 and 2, each between 0:55 and 1:00 minute

 

 

Start: 1690 m

 

Finish: 770 m

 

Length: 3.330 m

 

estimated time:

Downhill: between 1:40 and 1:50 minutes

Giant Slalom: run 1 and 2, each between 1:00 and 1:05 minutes

 

RESULTS KANDAHAR RACE

WINNER - ATHLETES - NATIONS - HOURS

IMPRESSIONS