Organizer

CONTACT

Organizing committee

OK Ski-Weltcup Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Fürstenstr. 9a
D-82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Tel.: +49 (0) 8821 72770-0
Fax: +49 (0) 8821 3538

info@skiweltcup-garmisch.com

team

Martina Betz

LOC PRESIDENT & HUMAN RESOURCES

PETER FISCHER

HEAD OF FINANCE & CONTRACTUAL AFFAIRS

BIRGIT SEIPP

ASSISTANT TO THE BOARD, MARKETING & RACEORGANISATION

ULI NETT

TV & MEDIA COORDINATION

Sabine Jörg

CEREMONIES & AWARDS

THOMAS KARL

SECURITY

ALEXANDER TÜRPITZ

LOGISTICS GROUND & STADIUM

THOMAS STAUBITZER

LOGISTICS SLOPE

Michael Weber

MARKETING & EVENTS

THOMAS SCHECK

EVENT BUILDINGS COORDINATION

REGINA HORNSTEINER

ACCREDITATION

MARKUS ANWANDER

RACE DIRECTOR

Stefanie Wild

DEPUTY RACE DIRECTOR NACHTSLALOM

Uwe Fuß

DEPUTY RACE DIRECTOR KANDAHAR

PETRA SIERIG

TICKETING

KATHARINA SCHÖTTL

SOCIAL MEDIA

HistorY

1974 first WOrld CUP SLALOM at the Gudiberg:

Christian Neureuther wins this race and Gustavo Thöni from Italy comes in 2nd. Third place goes to the German Hansjörg Schlager

World championships 1978:

Ingemar Stenmark gets World Champion in Slalom Men. In the women´s edition, the Austrian Lea Sölkner succeeds, Silver medalist is Pamela Behr from Germany.

WORLD CHAMPIOSNHIPS 2011:

The French Jean Baptiste Grange wins gold at the men´s competition. Women´s World Champion is Marlies Schild from Austria.

2022 RETURN OF THE SLALOM:

After 11 years without any World Cup Slalom at the Gudiberg, Garmisch-Partenkirchen celebrates end of February 2022 the arrival of the best athletes with two consecutive slaloms on one week-end.

26.02.2022  1. Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR), 2. Loic Meillard (SUI), 3. Manuel Feller (AUT)

27.02.2022  1. Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR), 2. Dave Ryding (GBR), 3. Linus Strasser (GER) 

LAST GERMAN VICTORY:

In March 2010 Felix Neureuther wins the World Cup Finals, beating Manfred Pranger (2nd/AUT) and André Myhrer (3rd/SWE)

First night slalom at the gudiberg:

On the 4th January 2023 the first time in history Garmisch-Partenkirchen hosts a night slalom. The Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen wins in front of 7000 enthusiastic fans, beeting Manuel Feller (AUT) in 2nd and Clement Noel (FRA) in 3rd. The German Linus Straßer drops out after intermediate best time in the 2nd run.