Starting next season: FIS is planning a new race format in Kitzbühel

Starting next season: FIS is planning a new race format in Kitzbühel
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While the classic parallel team competition is about to end with the coming Alpine season, a completely new team format appears in the unofficial draft for the Alpine World Cup season 2023/24: According to skninews.ch, there should be two in both Kitzbühel and Saalbach give team combinations. There are no concrete plans as to what such an event should look like.

The spring conference of the FIS will take place in Croatia between May 3rd and 5th. The final World Cup calendar for the upcoming alpine season is also to be fixed there. In addition, the women’s races should be extremely balanced, each with eleven downhill runs, super-Gs, giant slaloms and slaloms. For men, on the other hand, there should be twelve downhill runs, nine super-Gs, eleven giant slaloms and 13 slaloms. The starting signal will traditionally be given in Sölden, with the first departures from Zermatt/Cervinia taking place in mid-November.

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