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Alpine World Championships Åre 2019

The world’s best skiers are coming to Åre for two weeks between 4-17 February to compete for the coveted World Championship titles. After months of thorough preparation, both the village and the slopes are ready for the great alpine festival. Medals will be awarded and champions celebrated in the park and the central square will be the obvious gathering place adorned in first-class World Cup style. The Alpine World Championships 2019 will offer an unforgettable atmosphere and memories for life. Warm welcome!

Competitions

Åre’s built a of routine of organizing championships. It’s the third time the village has had the honour of hosting an Alpine World Championships. Over 600 riders from 65 different nations will be on-site fighting for World Championships medals in Downhill, Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super-G, National and Alpine competitions. Between TV companies, the International Ski Federation FIS, sponsors, media and volunteers, it is expected that 120,000 visitors will be here for the championships.

All competitions will be conducted at the Alpine National Arena. For more information read here. Slalom and Giant Slalom qualifications will be held at Hamrebacken in Duved. Read here for information about start times.

A festival for the people

The feeling of standing at the finish line, on the stands or around the track, and feel the speed and energy of the riders is a unique experience. An undeniable atmosphere is created when pulses are high, when adrenaline’s pumping and the energy is off the scale. An interplay between the riders and the audience can lift the entire championship and make it a festival that it is, and will be.

It’s not just the Alpine National Arena where the festive atmosphere can be enjoyed, but the whole of Åre dressed in the World Championships theme. Åre park turns into a Medal Plaza where we’ll cheer on our alpine stars together and Åre Square will be extra cosy with fires and various happenings during the championship.

SkiPass = Entry Ticket

Your SkiPass is your entry ticket to the Alpine World Championships in Åre. Combine a day on slopes with cheering on world elites. If you only looking to watch the competitions at the Alpine National Arena, separate entrance tickets can be purchased. Everything about tickets can be found here.

There are a few different ticket types to choose from depending on where you want to sit. With SkiPass you’ll stand close at ground level, east of the finish line. If you’re looking to choose an entrance ticket only, you can choose from different venues, VIP tickets or VIP Lounge. The championship is divided into sections for fans in Sweden and Norway and a section for International Fan Clubs. You can also stand in the general section. Buy your tickets here!

 

Download the Event App

Download Åre 2019’s free app to get the most out of the alpine racing world. Here you’ll find news, photos, videos, competition results, live timing, schedules and ranking in the FIS Alpine World Championships. You can also buy tickets for all Åre 2019 events. Download at the App Store.

Alpine World Championships 2019 in numbers

  • 11 medal competitions.
  • Over 600 riders from 65 different nations to participate.
  • 120,000 visitors are expected to visit.
  • 700 million TV viewers will watch worldwide.
  • 600 TV hours to be wired.
  • 1 300 international media representatives will be on-site.
  • 1,400 volunteers are scheduled work.
  • 18 500 meters of safety net will be set around the raceways.

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