The disciplines Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super G and the opening race (WWMG Race) form the Alpine Skiing programme at the Winter World Masters Games in Innsbruck.
In the disciplines Slalom, Giant Slalom and Super G the competitors will be battling it out not only for WWMG medals but also for valuable FIS points going towards the FIS Masters Cup.
The Giant Slalom and Super G will be settled in one run, while in the Slalom each skier completes two runs. The winner is the skier with the fastest total time.
The WWMG Race will be a Sprint-GS with shorter gate distances (similar as in parallel slalom) and just one run.
- WWMG Race
- Giant Slalom
- Super G
Alpine Skiing competitions will take place from January 11 to 16, 2020.
The minimum age is 30 years. Athletes must be at least 30 years of age by December 31, 2019 (age group 1989 and older).
The registration for Alpine Skiing will be open until December 1, 2019 or until the maximum capacity is reached.
Date: 11.01.2020 / Venue: Patscherkofel
Alpine Skiing: WWMG Race A & B & C
Date: 12.01.2020 / Venue: Patscherkofel
Alpine Skiing: GS (A & C) / SL (B)
Date: 13.01.2020 / Venue: Patscherkofel
Alpine Skiing: SL (A) / GS (B)
Date: 14.01.2020 / Venue: Patscherkofel
Alpine Skiing: SG (A) / SL (C)
Date: 15.01.2020 / Venue: Patscherkofel
Alpine Skiing: SG (B)
Date: 16.01.2020 / Venue: Patscherkofel
Alpine Skiing: SG (C)
All important information for a participation in the Alpine Skiing races can be found in the announcement. Please check the version and date on it to make sure you have the latest announcement.
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Race Course Information
Start: 1,460 m
Finish: 1,060 m
Altitude: 400 m
Start: 1,355 m
Finish: 1,060 m
Altitude: 295 m
Slalom & WWMG Race
Start: 1,160 m
Finish: 1,040 m
Altitude: 120 m