Bormio Ski World Cup: a must-see event on the Stelvio slope
The FIS Ski World Cup 2020 will return to Bormio with a highly confirmed racing program despite the temporary closure of the lifts as per imposition of the Prime Minister’s Decree of 3 November 2020.
The Stelvio slope will be the usual stage of speed and adrenaline with two races on the calendar: the Downhill on 28 December 2020 and the Super G on 29 December 2020.
Of course, the downhill in Bormio is, between the two scheduled racs, the most important one, the main event worldwide of speed skiing in 2020. 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. The symbolic man of the Stelvio is, without a doubt, Dominik Paris, who set the record of victories in Bormio: 5 downhill races (2012, 2017, 2018 and a double in 2019) and a Super G (2018).