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Alpine skiing World Cup 2007/2008


Alpine skiing World Cup (Alpine Skiing Women - Alpine Skiing World Cup Men)

Alpine skiing World Cup, the premier competition for alpine ski racing,  is held annually. The World Cup includes five competitions:
- Downhill
- Super G
- Giant Slalom
- Slalom
- Combined (downhill and slalom)
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This international alpine skiing competition starts in October 2007 with the Giant Slalom from Austria:

Alpine Skiing Women races starting from October 2007:
Sölden, Austria - Ladies Giant Slalom

November 2007
Levi, Finland - Ladies Slalom
Panorama, Canada - Giant Slalom
Panorama, Canada - Slalom
Lake Louise, Canada - Downhill

December 2007
Lake Louise, Canada - Super G
Aspen, United States - Downhill
Aspen, United States - Super G
Aspen, United States - Slalom

Watch the full race calendar alpine skiing world cup - women:
 



Watch the Alpine Skiing World Cup 2007/2008 season - Men Races:
October 2007
Sölden, Austria - Men Giant Slalom

November 2007
Levi, Finland - Slalom
Lake Louise, Canada - Men Downhill
Lake Louise, Canada - Super G
Beaver Creek, United States - Super Combined
Beaver Creek, United States - Downhill

December 2007
Beaver Creek, United States - Super G
Beaver Creek, United States - Giant Slalom
Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria - Slalom

Watch the full race calendar Alpine Skiing World Cup Men:


Nations Team Skiing World Cup will be on:

March 2008
Bormio, Italy - Ski Nations team event

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The next FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, organized by International Ski Federation (FIS) will be on 2009 Val d'Isère (a famous ski resort from France) and in 2011 Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Germany.


 

 

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