Alpine Skiing World Cup Schedule 2018-19 All Dates and Venues Through Calendar

Posted on January 15, 2019, 6:16 am
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The French journalist Serge Lang and the alpine ski team directors from France (Honore Bonnet) and the USA (Bob Beattie) inaugurated the game in 1966. The Alpine Ski World Cup is the top international arrangement of alpine skiing competitions. The first World Cup ski race was held in Berchtesgaden, West Germany, on January 5, 1967, where Jean-Claude Killy of France and Nancy Greene of Canada were the overall winners for the first two seasons. Alpine Skiing World Cup 2018/2019 is going to be one of the phenomena’s among the previous others.

Alpine Skiing World Cup Schedule 2018-19

After a couple of months, the Alpine Skiing World Cup is starting on October 27, 2018, with the Ladies’ and Men’s Giant Slalom in Sölden all around the world. Among three different continents there about 90 races will decide who will be celebrating by holding one of the crystal globes in the end of the Alpine Skiing World Cup 2018/19.

Here you can find the Alpine Skiing World Cup 2018/2019 calendar including the men’s and ladies’ calendar with all dates and venues.

Alpine Skiing World Cup Schedule Men 2018/19

Serial No Discipline Venue Date
1 Giant Slalom Solden (AUT) 28th Oct, 2018
2 Slalom Levi (FIN) 18th Nov,2018
3 Downhill Lake Louise (CAN) 24th Nov,2018
4 Super G Lake Louise (CAN) 25th Nov, 2018
5 Super G Beaver Creek (USA) 30th Nov,2018
6 Downhill Beaver Creek (USA) 1st Dec,2018
7 Giant Slalom Beaver Creek (USA) 2nd Dec,2018
8 Giant Slalom Val d’Isere (FRA) 8th Dec,2018
9 Slalom Val d’Isere (FRA) 9th Dec,2018
10 Super G Groden (ITA) 14th Dec,2018
11 Downhill Groden (ITA) 15th Dec,2018
12 Giant Slalom Alta Badia (ITA) 16th Dec,2018
13 Parallel Giant Slalom Alta Badia (ITA) 17th Dec,2018
14 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio (ITA) 22nd Dec,2018
15 Downhill Bormio (ITA) 28th Dec,2018
16 Alpine Combined Bormio (ITA) 29th Dec,2018
17 City Event Oslo (NOR) 1st Jan, 2019
18 Slalom Zagreb (CRO) 6th Jan, 2019
19 Giant Slalom Adelboden (SUI) 12th Jan,2019
20 Slalom Adelboden (SUI) 13th Jan, 2019
21 Alpine Combined Wengen (SUI) 18th Jan, 2019
22 Downhill Wengen (SUI) 19th Jan, 2019
23 Slalom Wengen (SUI) 20th Jan, 2019
24 Super G Kitzbühel (AUT) 25th Jan, 2019
25 Kitzbühel (AUT) 26th Jan, 2019
26 Slalom Kitzbühel (AUT) 27th Jan, 2019
27 Slalom Schladming (AUT) 29th Jan, 2019
28 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER) 2nd Feb, 2019
29 Giant Slalom Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER) 3rd Feb, 2019
30 Super G Are (SWE) World Championship 6th Feb, 2019
31 Downhill Are (SWE) World Championship 9th Feb, 2019
32 Alpine Combined Are (SWE) World Championship 11th Feb, 2019
33 Team Event Are (SWE) World Championship 12th Feb, 2019
34 Giant Slalom Are (SWE) World Championship 15th Feb, 2019
35 Slalom Are (SWE) World Championship 17th Feb, 2019
36 City Event Stockholm (SWE) 19th Feb, 2019
37 Alpine Combined Bansko (BUL) 22nd Feb, 2019
38 Super G Bansko (BUL) 23rd Feb, 2019
39 Giant Slalom Bansko (BUL) 24th Feb, 2019
40 Downhill Kvitfjell (NOR) 2nd Mar, 2019
41 Super G Kvitfjell (NOR) 3rd Mar, 2019
42 Giant Slalom Kranjska Gora (SLO) 9th Mar, 2019
43 Slalom Kranjska Gora (SLO) 10th Mar, 2019
44 Downhill Soldeu (AND) 13th Mar, 2019
45 Super G Soldeu (AND) 14th Mar, 2019
46 Team Event Soldeu (AND) 15th Mar, 2019
47 Giant Slalom Soldeu (AND) 16th Mar, 2019
48 Slalom Soldeu (AND) 17th Mar, 2019

Alpine Skiing World Cup Schedule Ladies 2018/19

Serial No Discipline Venue Date
1 Giant Slalom Solden (AUT) 27th Oct, 2018
2 Slalom Levi (FIN) 17th Nov, 2018
3 Giant Slalom Killington (USA) 24th Nov, 2018
4 Slalom Killington (USA) 25th Nov, 2018
5 Downhill Lake Louise (CAN) 30th Nov, 2018
6 Downhil Lake Louise (CAN) 1st Dec, 2018
7 Super G Lake Louise (CAN) 2nd Dec, 2018
8 Super G St. Moritz (SUI) 8th Dec, 2018
9 Parallel Slalom St. Moritz (SUI) 9th Dec, 2018
10 Alpine Combined Val d’Isere (FRA) 14th Dec, 2018
11 Downhill Val d’Isere (FRA) 15th Dec, 2018
12 Super G Val d’Isere (FRA) 16th Dec, 2018
13 Giant Slalom Val d’Isere (FRA) 21th Dec, 2018
14 Slalom Val d’Isere (FRA) 22nd Dec, 2018
15 Giant Slalom Semmering (AUT) 28th Dec, 2018
16 Slalom Semmering (AUT) 29th Dec, 2018
17 City Event Oslo (NOR) 1st Jan, 2019
18 Slalom Zagreb (CRO) 5th Jan, 2019
19 Slalom Flachau (AUT) 8th Jan, 2019
20 Downhill St. Anton (AUT) 12th Jan, 2019
21 Super G St. Anton (AUT) 13th Jan, 2019
22 Giant Slalom Kronplatz (ITA) 15th Jan, 2019
23 Downhill Cortina d’Ampezzo (ITA) 19th Jan, 2019
24 Super G Cortina d’Ampezzo (ITA) 20th Jan, 2019
25 Super G Cortina d’Ampezzo (ITA) 21st Jan, 2019
26 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER) 26th Jan, 2019
27 Super G Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER) 27th Jan, 2019
28 Giant Slalom Maribor (SLO) 1st Feb, 2019
29 Slalom Maribor (SLO) 2nd Feb, 2019
30 Super G Are (SWE) World Championship 5th Feb, 2019
31 Alpine Combined Are (SWE) World Championship 8th Feb, 2019
32 Downhill Are (SWE) World Championship 10th Feb, 2019
33 Team Event Are (SWE) World Championship 12th Feb, 2019
34 Giant Slalom Are (SWE) World Championship 14th Feb, 2019
35 Slalom Are (SWE) World Championship 16th Feb, 2019
36 City Event Stockholm (SWE) 19th Feb, 2019
37 Downhill Crans-Montana (SUI) 23rd Feb, 2019
38 Alpine Combined Crans-Montana (SUI) 24th Feb, 2019
39 Downhill Sotchi (RUS) 2nd Mar, 2019
40 Super G Sotchi (RUS) 2nd Mar, 2019
41 Giant Slalom Spindleruv Mlyn (CZE) 8th Mar, 2019
42 Slalom Spindleruv Mlyn (CZE) 9th Mar, 2019
43 Downhill Soldeu (AND) 13th Mar, 2019
44 Super G Soldeu (AND) 14th Mar, 2019
45 Team Event Soldeu (AND) 15th Mar, 2019
46 Slalom Soldeu (AND) 16th Mar, 2019
47 Giant Slalom Soldeu (AND) 17th Mar, 2019

 

Alpine Skiing World Cup is held every year and the 2018/2019 world cup is considered to be as the most excited one. Sometimes, it is considered to be better than the Olympic as well. There are 25 different countries participants will be compete in the Alpine Skiing World Cup Schedule 2018-2019 Season.

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