Unfortunately there will be no FIS World Ski Championships 2027 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. We send our congratulations to Crans Montana, who won the election and wish good luck and success for the organisation of the Championships.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is looking forward to host three men´s worldcup races in 2023. There will be a Slalom race on the 4th of January on the Gudiberg and the traditional downhill on the Kandahar on the 28th of January and a Giant Slalom on the 29th of January.
Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) wins also the second Slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Second place for Dave Ryding (GBR) and third place for Linus Strasserr (GER).
Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) wins the Slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Second place for Loic Meillard (SUI) and third place for Manuel Fellner (AUT). Linus Strasser from the German Ski Federation took the 6th placeCongratulation to all of them!
Tomorrow we have again a slalom race on the Gudibertg. Fingers crossed for all athletes. Tickets are available online www.skiweltcup-garmisch.com/tickets, or onsite. Please keep in mind that we have 2 G and wearing masks is mandatory.
Federica Brignone (ITA) first together with Cornelia Hütter (AUT)! Congratulations! Tamara Tippler (AUT) took the 3. place. Top result for the Austrian Team!
with perfect conditions Corinne Suter (SUI) won the women´s downhill. Second was Jasmine Flury (SUI) and third place Cornelia Hütter (AUT). Kira Weidle - German Ski team took the 4th place. Fingers are crossed for tomorrow!
The good cooperation with LISKI will keep on going for the next 4 years! During our visit in Italy we got a very good impression about all the saftly material and sports equipment LISKI is able to supply for the racetracks.
In the upcoming winter the Gudiberg in Garmisch-Partenkirchen will be back in the FIS World Cup Calender with two men´s slalom races on the 26th and 27th of February right after the Olympic Games in Peking.
The ladies will race on the kandahar on the 29th und 30th of January.
1. Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT)
2. Matthias Mayer (AUT)
3. Marco Odermatt (SUI)
2. Beat Feuz (SUI)
3. Matthias Mayer (AUT)
2. Place: Petra Vlova
3. Place: Tamara Tippler
2nd Place Kajsa Vickhoff Lie (NOR)
3nd Place Marie-Michele Gagnon
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