PHOTOS & VIDEOS
2018 March 09:
The 2017/18 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is getting closer to the finals. The second-to-last race weekend will feature Ladies’ Giant Slalom and Slalom competitions in the German venue for the first time since 2013. On the Men’s side the speed specialists will compete in Downhill and SuperG on the Olympiabakken slope.
2018 March 10:
Thomas Dressen pips Feuz for win in Kvitfjell Downhill.The German speed specialist edged Switzerland’s Beat Feuz to win the men’s downhill at Kvitfjell on Saturday, just as he did at Kitzbuehel two months ago. Feuz still leads the downhill standings with 622 points, 60 ahead of today’s 3rd ranked Aksel Lund Svindal.
2018 March 11:
Home hero Kjetil Jansrud secured the men’s World Cup superG title by winning the penultimate race of the season on the Olympiabakken slope. His closest challenger in the discipline standings, Norwegian teammate Aksel Lund Svindal, failed to finish his run, enabling Jansrud to build a 134-point lead with only the season-ending race in Sweden remaining.
2017/2018 LATEST RESULTS PHOTOSFORUMFANS LISTGOOD DEALSMAPOTHERS
|TITLE DEFENDING : JANSRUD Kjetil KLINE Bostjan|
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SVINDAL Aksel Lund
|TITLE DEFENDING : FILL Peter|
|11/03/2018||SG||START LIST |
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Fans already confirmed for World Cup Kvitfjell
Wanda K ( france)
Lionel A ( france)
Total Fans : 2 List updated on Feb 15 2019
More informations for event registration : Contact@alpineskiworldcupfancommunity.com
Due to World Cup weekend, all accommodations in Kvitfjell are fully booked. The fan community has booked 2 bedrooms in Renegu ( 15 mn by bus or Private car)
Train is also available from Oslo ( 2h30 mn and from Trondheim ( 5h00) . The train station is only at 150m from the B&B.
World cup bus will also takes fans at the same place. (Center village)
The fan community will arrive on friday march 01 in order to watch the last training and will stay till sunday march 03