AUDI FIS Ski World Cup Soldeu 2024

Andorra is preparing to inspire and surprise again during the next edition of the Women's Slalom and Giant Slalom World Cup in Soldeu, already fixed in the calendar for February 10 and 11, 2024.

In February, the World Cup will once again breathe the unique character of Andorra as an organizer of the highest level sports competitions.

The experience accumulated in the European Cup and World Cup circuits, including two major milestones such as the 2019 and 2023 World Cup Finals, guarantee the Principality of Andorra as a top-level bid to host the 2029 World Championships. This candidacy will be resolved in June 2024, determining the future of competitive skiing in Soldeu El Tarter.

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World Championships 2029

World Championships 2029

Andorra has a well-established track record in organizing internationally renowned sporting events. In 2012, Grandvalira Andorra organized the first World Cup, without imagining that ten years later it would be working on its bid to host the Alpine skiing World Championships in 2029.

Yet another opportunity for Grandvalira to make history, after successfully organizing the 2012 and 2016 World Cups and the 2019 and 2023 World Cup Finals.

Organizing the World Championships in Andorra in alpine skiing would be a unique opportunity for international projection and the opening of new markets.


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World Cup News

World Cup News

The Alpine skiing World Cup Finals in Grandvalira Soldeu - El Tarter have left several records for the history of this sport. 

The Swiss Marco Odermatt has become, on the Avet piste, the male skier in history who has accumulated the most points in a single season, beating the record held by Hermann Maier since the 1999-2000 season.

In addition, the American, Mikaela Shiffrin, surpassed herself by achieving 88 victories after winning the giant slalom on the Soldeu piste. And she achieved two more milestones: 21 giant slalom victories and her highest points in a season.


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