The men’s World Cup jets return to the foot of the Tofane after more than 30 years.
The FIS (International Ski Federation) and the FISI (Italian Winter Sports Federation) have awarded Cortina the make-up of two men’s Alpine Ski World Cup races that were not held in recent weeks. These are the Super-G not held in Val Gardena and the Super-G skipped in Lake Louise.
They will be rescheduled on 28 and 29 January in Cortina d’Ampezzo.
The competition venue will be the Olympia delle Tofane, the slope that hosted the three days of the Women’s World Cup the week before, and which will be the ‘heart’ of the Alpine Ski World Cup 2021.