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EVENTS

Downhill Training | Session 1

March 01, 2022

Downhill Training | Session 2

March 02, 2022

Downhill Race

March 03, 2022

Super G Race

March 04, 2022

Parallel Mixed Team Event

March 05, 2022

Alpine Combined | Men's Race

March 06, 2022

Alpine Combined | Women's Race

March 07, 2022

Giant Slalom | Men's Race

March 08, 2022

Slalom | Women's Race

March 08, 2022

Giant Slalom | Women's Race

March 09, 2022

Slalom | Men's Race

March 09, 2022

SCHEDULE

Start Elevation

1815 metres

Finish Elevation

1240 metres

Vertical
Drop

575 metres

Max 
Slope

43.6 %

Average
Slope

26.7 %

Gates & 
Direction

40 gates with 35 directional changes

SUPER G RACE

The second of the speed events, Super G is more technical than Downhill with less vertical drop and closer gates. With a start elevation of 1,555 metres, athletes will descend through approximately 50 gates forcing racers into over 49 changes in direction. Speed meets finesse, accuracy and laser focus in this race.

Friday, March 04 | Panorama Mountain Resort
Start Elevation

1935 metres

Finish Elevation

1240 metres

Vertical
Drop

695 metres

Max 
Slope

47.6 %

Average
Slope

26.7 %

Gates & 
Direction

45 gates with 33 directional changes

DOWNHILL RACE

Considered by many to be the premier event in alpine ski racing, Downhill is without a doubt the most impressive of the speed disciplines. Standing in the start gate at 1,935 metres, athletes will descend Panorama's nearly 3 km Downhill track with approximately 45 gates forcing racers into over 30 changes in direction. Turns are hard, fast and super engaging.

Thursday, March 03 | Panorama Mountain Resort
Start Elevation

1815 metres

Finish Elevation

1240 metres

Vertical
Drop

575 metres

Max 
Slope

43.6 %

Average
Slope

26.7 %

Gates & 
Direction

40 gates with 35 directional changes

PARALLEL MIXED

TEAM EVENT

This exciting mixed team event seas athletes face off in a head-to-head duel held on two identical parallel courses. Teams of four (two men & two women) from 16 different countries will compete across two runs. The fastest of the two heats advance to the next round.

Saturday, March 05 | Panorama Mountain Resort
Start Elevation

1555 metres

Finish Elevation

1415 metres

Vertical
Drop

140 metres

Max 
Slope

41.5 %

Average
Slope

26.7 %

Gates & 
Direction

50 gates with 49 directional changes

ALPINE COMBINED

This event requires athletes to be versatile and excel in speed and technical abilities as they compete in both Super G (speed ) and Slalom (tech) runs. Times from each run are combined to determine the final ranking and podium positions. Skiers tend to specialize in one discipline or the other, so this race is unique in testing the all-around skills of the athletes.

Sunday + Monday, March 06 + 07 | Panorama Mountain Resort
Start Elevation

1555 metres

Finish Elevation

1415 metres

Vertical
Drop

140 metres

Max 
Slope

41.5 %

Average
Slope

26.7 %

Gates & 
Direction

50 gates with 49 directional changes

GIANT SLALOM

The fastest of the technical events, a Giant Slalom course has more turns than Super G and Downhill because of the large number of gates to run. Starting at 1,815 metres, skier will descend through approximately 51 gates with over 45 changes in direction. The race is contested in two heats on the same day and on two different courses. The times of the two heats are added together to determine the final ranking.

Tuesday + Wednesday, March 08 +09 | Panorama Mountain Resort
Start
Elevation

1420 metres

Finish Elevation

1230 metres

Vertical
Drop

190 metres

Max 
Slope

51.9 %

Average
Slope

34.3 %

Gates & 
Direction

60 gates with 58 directional changes

SLALOM

The most technical of the alpine skiing disciplines, Slalom is a true test in laser focus and reaction time. Skiers face approximately 60 gates head-on making very fast turns and quick changes in directions. This impressive race to watch is contested in two rounds on two different courses. The time of the two rounds are added together to determine who will stand on the podium.

Tuesday + Wednesday, March 08 +09 | Panorama Mountain Resort

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