What’s new in Val Gardena/Gröden this year
Camel Humps and Ciaslat remain the key sections on the Saslong, but all around the offer is getting bigger and better every year. What's new in 2018?
Everyone to Selva/Wolkenstein on Thursday evening
For the first time in Val Gardena/Gröden, bib numbers for the super-G will be distributed publicly. On Thursday evening, ski fans will have the opportunity to experience their stars close-up. The festivities start at 5:45 pm and the best super-G racers will be at Puent da Mulin in Selva/Wolkenstein trying to outsmart each other by picking the most promising bib number for the next day’s race. A must for real fans! As always, Friday’s evening celebration will be in Ortisei/St.Ulrich.
Val Gardena/Gröden is looking for the fastest
Not only World Cup racers have to be fast, but also young skiers born in 2007 and 2008. Immediately after the end of the super-G, the speed of 120 young racers will be measured on the finish schuss section. The fastest boy and girl will win. More information at Val Gardena/Gröden is looking for the fastest kids. Click here for more information.
The Ski World Cup Christmas Party
Experience a unique evening in an exclusive ambience with a sporty flair. On Friday evening, the SASLounge in the Saslong finish area will become a high-end party location. Many highlights are guaranteed, including the Duo DeDuo (Sax and DJ), the comedian Lukas Lobis alias Kevin Kostner, the Hegidexgitschen, an all-women traditional Tyrolean dancing Schuplattler group from Vallarga/Weitental in South Tyrol and the opportunity to talk to former stars of the skiing world.