Men’s Alpine Ski World Cup calendar 2023/2024: all race dates

13 downhills, 8 super-Gs, 11 giant slaloms, 13 slaloms. The 2023/2024 Men’s Alpine Ski World Cup will feature 45 races. It’s a busy year that starts on Sunday, October 29th in Sölden, Austria with the giant slalom. In November, on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th, sprinters will take to the two freestyle stages between Switzerland and Italy in Cervinia-Zermatt, the first cross-border race in World Cup history.

Skiers will then compete in the Austrian slalom at Gurgl on Saturday 18 November, while the sprinters return to the scene in two free runs and a super-G at Beaver Creek (USA) from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 December. .

The return to Europe, to Val d’Isere, is scheduled for Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 December with giant slalom and slalom. Then comes the long-awaited moment of Italian racing with a super-G and downhill in Val Gardena, on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 December, with two giants in Alta Badia, on Sunday 17 and Monday 18 December, and a slalom in Madonna. Campillo, Friday, December 22. We then continue with two more highly anticipated races on the Italian snows of Bormio: Downhill on Thursday 28th December and Super-G on Sunday 29th December.

The New Year will open with technical disciplines: giant slalom and slalom on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 January on the snow of Adelboden, Switzerland. Still on the Swiss snow in Wengen, the Super-G and downhill races will take place next week on Friday the 12th and Saturday the 13th. The slalom is scheduled for Sunday, January 14th. Two men’s downhill events will take place on the Streif in Kitzbühel on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 January, with a slalom scheduled for Sunday 21 January. January will be non-stop, with a slalom and giant slalom in Schladming on Tuesday 23 and Wednesday 24 January, and two super-Gs in Garmisch on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 January.

In February there will be two free runs on the slope: on Friday the 2nd and on Saturday the 3rd, and on Sunday the 4th there will be a competition between narrow slalom poles. The technical disciplines will be the stars again next week in Bansko, Bulgaria, where giant slalom and slalom are scheduled for Saturday the 10th and Sunday the 11th. Then the fast disciplines will return in Kvitfjell, Norway, with downhill and super-G. The new overseas trip, which will take place between late February and early March, will see the Giants and Slalomers compete on Saturday, February 24 and Sunday, February 25 in Palisades-Tahoe and next week in Aspen on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3. Next up is another challenge between the tight gates in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, with giant slalom and slalom on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 March.

The 2023/2024 Alpine Ski World Cup final will take place from 16 to 24 March in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Austria, where the 2025 Alpine Ski World Cup will be held.

Marco Odermatt, who won the general and special classifications in giant slalom and super-G last season, is the big favorite. His main rival will be the winner of the downhill “cup” Alexander Amodt Kilde. In slalom it will be a battle between Henrik Kristoffersen and Lukas Braaten, and our own Alex Winatzer, world bronze medalist, wants to give his opinion.

  1. Sunday 29 October 2023, Sölden (Austria): men’s giant slalom,
  2. Saturday 11 November 2023, Zermatt/Cervinia (Switzerland-Italy): Men’s Downhill
  3. Sunday 12 November 2023, Zermatt/Cervinia (Switzerland-Italy): Men’s Downhill
  4. Saturday 18 November 2023, Gurgl (Austria): Men’s Special Slalom
  5. Sunday, November 26, 2023, Lake Louise (Canada): Men’s Super-G
  6. Friday 1 December 2023, Beaver Creek (USA): Men’s Downhill
  7. Saturday, December 2, 2023 Beaver Creek (USA): Men’s Downhill
  8. Sunday, December 3, 2023, Beaver Creek (USA): Men’s Super-G
  9. Saturday 9 December 2023, Val d’Isere (France): Men’s Giant Slalom
  10. Sunday 10 December 2023, Val d’Isere (France): Men’s Special Slalom
  11. Friday, December 15, 2023, Val Gardena: men’s super-G
  12. Saturday 16 December 2023: Val Gardena: Men’s Downhill.
  13. Sunday, December 17, 2023: Alta Badia Men’s Giant Slalom.
  14. Monday, December 18, 2023: Alta Badia Men’s Giant Slalom.
  15. Friday, December 22, 2023 Italy: Madonna di Campiglio Men’s Special Slalom
  16. Thursday 28 December 2023 Italy: Bormio Men’s Downhill
  17. Friday 29 December 2023 Italy: Bormio Men’s Super-G
  18. Saturday, January 6, 2024: Adelboden (Switzerland), men’s giant slalom.
  19. Sunday, January 7, 2024: Adelboden (Switzerland), men’s special slalom.
  20. Friday, January 12, 2024: Wengen (Switzerland) Men’s Super-G.
  21. Saturday, January 13, 2024: Zauchensee (Austria), women’s downhill.
  22. Sunday, January 14, 2024: Wengen (Switzerland), men’s special slalom.
  23. Friday, January 19, 2024: Kitzbühel (Austria), men’s downhill
  24. Saturday, January 20, 2024: Kitzbühel (Austria), men’s downhill
  25. Sunday 21 January 2024: Kitzbühel (Austria) Men’s Special Slalom
  26. Tuesday, January 23, 2024: Schladming (Austria), men’s giant slalom.
  27. Wednesday, January 24, 2024: Schladming (Austria) Men’s Special Slalom.
  28. Saturday, January 27, 2024: Garmisch (Germany), men’s super-G.
  29. Sunday, January 28, 2024: Garmisch (Germany), men’s super-G.
  30. Saturday 3 February 2024: Chamonix (France) Men’s Downhill.
  31. Sunday 4 February 2024: Chamonix (France) Men’s Special Slalom.
  32. Saturday, February 10, 2024: Bansko (Bulgaria), men’s giant slalom.
  33. February 11, 2024, Sunday, Bansko (Bulgaria), special slalom, men.
  34. Saturday 17 February 2024, Kvitfjell (Norway), men’s downhill
  35. Sunday 18 February 2024, Kvitfjell (Norway), men’s super-G
  36. Saturday, February 24, 2024, Palisades Tahoe (USA), men’s giant slalom.
  37. February 25, 2024, Sunday, Palisades (USA), men’s special slalom.
  38. Saturday, March 2, 2024, Aspen (USA), Men’s Giant Slalom
  39. March 3, 2024, Sunday, Aspen (USA), special slalom, men.
  40. Saturday, March 9, 2024, Kranjska Gora (Slovenia), men’s giant slalom
  41. March 10, 2024, Sunday, Kranjska Gora (Slovenia), special slalom, men.
  42. Saturday 16 March 2024, Saalbach (Austria), men’s giant slalom
  43. March 17, 2024, Sunday, Saalbach (Austria), special slalom, men.
  44. Saturday 23 March 2024, Saalbach (Austria), men’s super-G
  45. Sunday 24 March 2024, Saalbach (Austria), men’s downhill

The Women’s Alpine Ski World Cup competition is broadcast exclusively on Raisport (or Rai channels) and broadcast exclusively on Raiplay.

Source: Today

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