FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup 23/24 Men’s Calendar

Julia Schneemann | | Industry NewsIndustry News
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River Radamus on course of the Super-G at the 2023 World Championships | Picture: US Ski Team Instagram Acount

The updated Alpine Skiing World Cup Calendar for the 23/24 season has been approved and released by the International Ski & Snowboard Federation (‘FIS’).

After scrapping the Team Combined event, an additional Downhill event was added to Kitzbühel, Austria. Below is the Men’s alpine skiing racing calendar for 23/24:

October 29, 2023
Sölden, Austria
Giant Slalom Event

November 11-12, 2023
Zermatt/Cervinia, Switzerland/Italy
2 Downhill Events

November 18, 2023
Gurgl, Austria
Slalom Event

December 1-3, 2023
Beaver Creek, CO
2 Downhill & Super-G Events

December 9-10, 2023
Val d’Isere, France
Giant Slalom & Slalom Events

December 15-16, 2023
Val Gardena/Gröden, Italy

Downhill & Super-G Events

December 17-18, 2023
Alta Badia, Italy
Slalom Event

December 22, 2023
Campiglio, Italy
Slalom Event

December 28-29, 2023
Bormio, Italy

Downhill & Super-G Event

January 6-7, 2024
Adelboden, Switzerland
Giant Slalom & Slalom Events

January 12-14, 2024
Wengen, Switzerland
Downhill & Super-G & Slalom Events

January 19-21, 2024
Kitzbühel, Austria
2 Downhill & Slalom Events

January 23-24, 2024
Schladming, Austria
Giant Slalom & Slalom Events

January 27-28, 2024
Garmisch, Germany
2 Super-G Events

February 2-4, 2024
Chamonix, France
2 Downhill & Slalom Events

February 10-11, 2024
Bansko, Bulgaria
Giant Slalom & Slalom Events

February 17-18, 2024
Kvitfjell, Norway
2 Downhill Events

February 24-25, 2024
Palisades Tahoe, CA
Giant Slalom & Slalom Events

March 2-3, 2024
Aspen, CO
Giant-Slalom and Slalom Events

March, 9-10, 2024
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia
Giant-Slalom and Slalom Events

March 16-24, 2024
Saalbach, Austria
World Cup Finals: Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super-G and Downhill

As always, the women will be kicking off the World Cup season with a giant-slalom event in Sölden, Austria, with the men following suit the next day. The AUDI FIS Ski World Cup in Sölden will be held on October 28 and 29 with a Women’s Giant Slalom on Saturday and the Men’s Giant Slalom on Sunday. Sölden, which is located in the Ötztal region, is one of the most popular ski areas in Austria and has been the venue for the opening races of the Alpine Ski World Cup since 1993.

The U.S. will be host a total of seven of the men’s events, with Aspen having reclaimed a spot as regular host on the FIS calendar. Mark the dates in your diary for your chance to watch the action up close and personal.

Tommy Ford
Team USA race skier Tommy Ford in Sölden, racing to an incredible sixth place overall. | Picture: US Ski Team Instagram Page

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