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alpine skiing European cup


On 31 January and 1 February 2019, the brand new competition site at Tignes is to host a stage of the European Alpine Skiing Cup!


On 31 January, it’s ladies first! Competitors will battle it out on a brand new approved slope in the Tovière sector (the “Trolles” slope), a demanding run that promises a spectacular finish in the heart of the resort.


On 1 February, it’s the parallel slalom! This latest discipline to emerge in the world of Alpine skiing is just as popular with classic race competitors as it is among skiing novices. And it’s no wonder: this fun race format keeps up the suspense all the way to the finish!


The principle: the 32 best men and 32 best women, qualified after their performance in the morning events, race against one another for a 2-leg event (one each way) in a round of 32, then of 16, followed by a quarter final, a semi final, a third-place play-off and, of course, the final.


You too, come along to encourage the Tignes Sports Club skiers and all the other competitors!



Thursday 31 January 2019: Women’s Giant Slalom European Cup


  • 10am*: 1st run
  • 1pm*: 2nd run with the 60 best competitors from the 1st leg. Followed by the medal ceremony.


Extra info: the Trolles slope may be injected with water for the Women’s Giant Slalom European Cup (depending on snow conditions).



Friday 1 February 2019: Men’s & Women’s Parallel Slalom European Cup


  • From 9am*: traditional individual slalom for this qualifying run at Val Claret’s Lognan arena
  • From 4pm*: final run in night conditions, on the floodlit Rosset slope! Followed by the medal ceremony.

Extra info: For the Men’s & Women’s Parallel Slalom European Cup, the Rosset slope will be partially injected 3 to 10 days before the competition.

The list of competitors will be revealed by the race committee on the day prior to the competition. Stay connected!
*Event timetable to be confirmed, subject to modification.


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