“We know how to do Alpine Ski World Championships” – with this positive self-concept we will hand over the Questionnaire to the FIS on time.
The competence of the triumvirate of the German Ski Association, the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the Ski-Club Garmisch is unique. “Since 50 years Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the host of top-class ski races…” enthuses the Mayor of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Elisabeth Koch.
Now the earlier mentioned triumvirat takes the opportunity to be the host of “Festspiele im Schnee” for the third time.
The final decision of the FIS Council will take place in May 2022.
Until today, we have no information about the possibility of allowing spectators. As soon as we will get detailed information, we will inform you right here.
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.
The final decision where the FIS Alpine World Championships will take place in 2027 will be taken in May 2022. Also Crans-Montana is applying to host the Championships 2027.
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
Congratulations to the winner: Saalbach- Hinterglemm. We wish every success preparing the World Championships 2025!
A big thank you goes to to all our partners. We are looking forward to the upcoming World-Cup season with the 68. Kandahar races.
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Moreover, the DRF air rescue sets high defaults in the realms of medicine, technology and flight operations. Equipped with about 50 helicopters, spread over 31 stations in Germany and Austria, it helps people in daily need. Counting 9 stations in total (in 2019 already 10) the DRF air rescue is ready to work and operates day and night. Worldwide patient transports with ambulance planes are conducted, if it is necessary for medical reasons.
Tradition and passion, youth development and sustainability, young and old: The Ski Club Garmisch is an important and popular organization far beyond the boundaries of our beautiful valley.
The Alpine Ski World Cup in Garmisch is organized by an organizational committee and the Ski Club Garmisch. These two organizations are closely linked.change to Ski-Club