Bormio Ski World Cup: a must-see event on the Stelvio slope
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2021/12/28 11:30:00

The FIS Ski World Cup 2021 will return to Bormio with an exciting racing program.

The Stelvio slope will be the usual stage of speed and adrenaline with two races on the calendar: the Men’s Downhill on 28 December 2021 and the Super G on 29 December 2021.

Of course, the downhill in Bormio is, between the two scheduled races, the most important one, the main event worldwide of speed skiing in 2021. A costant appointment in the men’s World Cup calendar since 1993 up to today.

Winning on the Stelvio slope is a result that only the greatest champions of alpine skiing have achieved. From 1985 up to today, the fastest jet-men challenging have considered the Stelvio as the most difficult, tiring and exciting piste of the entire Ski World Cup circuit. 

Domme, King of Stelvio

The symbolic man of the Stelvio is, without a doubt, Dominik Paris, who set the record of victories in Bormio:

  • five downhill races (2012, 2017, 2018 and a double in 2019)
  • and a Super G (2018).
dominik paris vincitore coppa del mondo bormio 2019
His Majesty, the Stelvio: the downhill track

  • Length: 3,250 meters
  • Vertical drop: 1,010 meters
  • Altitude start: 2,255 meters
  • Altitude finish: 1,245 meters

1,010 meters of vertical drop that give no rest in two perfect minutes of competition. Undulations, dizzying slopes, spectacular jumps and speeds of over 100 kilometers per hour. You have to be extraordinary gifted with courage, technique, physical and mental strength if you want to join in. To learn more about the characteristics of the track: Stelvio slope

For its great technical and historic value within the FIS circuit, the Stelvio slope was chosen to host all the men alpine skiing races at the 2026 Milano-Cortina Winter Olympics!

Calendar and program of upcoming Alpine Ski World Cup races

Four days to write a new chapter in the history of alpine skiing!

Sunday 26/12

  • 11:30 am – First official Men’s DH training

Saturday 27/12

  • 11:30 am – First official Men’s DH training

Tuesday  28/12

  • 11:30 am – FIS Alpine Men Downhill and Award ceremony

Wednesday 29/12

  • 11:30 am – FIS Alpine Super G and Award ceremony
Live Television

The races will be broadcasted live on TV and streaming by Rai and Eurosport. More information will follow.

Rankings of the Bormio Ski World Cup 2020

The rankings of the past edition.

  • Results Super G | 29 December 2020
    • 1. COCHRAN-SIEGLE Ryan | 1:29.43
    • 2. KRIECHMAYR Vincent | 1:30.22
    • 3. SEJERSTED Adrian Smiseth | 1:30.37
    • 4. KILDE Aleksander Aamodt | 1:30.61
    • 5. CAVIEZEL Mauro | 1:30.79
    • 6. JANSRUD Kjetil | 1:30.80
    • 7. BAUMANN Romed | 1:30.88
    • 8. KRYENBUEHL Urs | 1:30.91
    • 9. ODERMATT Marco | 1:30.93
    • 10. MAYER Matthias | 1:30.96
    • complete results
  • Results Men’s Downhill | 30 December 2020
    • 1. MAYER Matthias | 1:57.32
    • 2. KRIECHMAYR Vincent | 1:57.36
    • 3. KRYENBUEHL Urs | 1:57.38
    • 4. PARIS Dominik | 1:57.45
    • 5. CAVIEZEL Mauro | 1:57.48
    • 6. KILDE Aleksander Aamodt | 1:57.60
    • 7. COCHRAN-SIEGLE Ryan | 1:57.62
    • 8. BAILET Matthieu | 1:57.70
    • 9. CLAREY Johan | 1:57.79
    • 10. FEUZ Beat | 1:57.91
    • complete results
  • Official website: bormioskiworldcup.com
la partenza della pista stelvio: pendenza al 63%