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Winter Sports Season 2019/2020

A new season of winter sports highlights & events.

The year is drawing to a close and a new season of winter sports is just around the corner. The new winter sports season begins at the end of October. In addition to the whole variety of World Cup events in Biathlon, Alpine and Nordic Skiing, the fans of Bobsleighing and Sledging, Speed Skating and Ski Cross will get their money's worth. Winter sports enthusiasts, spectators and viewers can look forward to numerous highlights in the coming months. We prepare you for the Winter Sports Season 2019/2020 and presenting you some of the upcoming events and highlights

 

Save the dates and don't miss the highlights of the Winter Sports Season 2019/2020.

Alpine Skiing Season

OCT 2019 - MAR 2020

At the end of October the Alpine Skiing Season 2019/2020 will start in Sölden, Austria. The alpines ski racer are traditionally the first to start the winter sports season. For men and women at the Alpine Ski World Cup 2019/2020 there will be many stations in different countries until March 2020. It involves different disciplines such as Slalom, Downhill, Super-G or Combination.

The women open the season with the Giant Slalom on Saturday, October 26. At 10:00 a.m. the first driver is supposed to go down the slope. The men follow one day later on Sunday, October 27 at the same time with their giant slalom.

There will be about 90 races on three different continents to decide who will be celebrating holding one of the crystal globes in the end.

Well-known and true World Cup venues as well as several new destinations shape the Alpine Skiing World Cup.

Athletes and fans look forward to an entertaining season. The first venue for the first event in October will be the Sölden Glacier. Following a stop in Levi, the alpine ski racers will be heading to North America to compete against each other in Beaver Creek, Killington and Lake Louise. Afterwards, they will return to Europe to continue the season in famous races such as the downhill races in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Gröden, Kitzbühel and Wengen as well as the technical disciplines in Alta Badia, Madonna, Schladming and Val d'Isère. There will be new events such as Slalom and Parallel Giant Slalom in Charmonix or Super-G and Combined Competitions in Hinterstoder.

 

The Women's races have variety in locations, with many locations only host a World Cup event every two years. Places like Bansko, La Thuile, Lienz, Ofterschwang, Sestriere and Zauchensee being part of the venues again this season. Hosts such as Cortina d'Ampezzo, Crans Montana, Flachau, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and  Val d'Isère are visited every year.

 

The alpine ski racers will be looking forward to their season highlight. The traditional races in Wengen and Kitzbühel are scheduled for January 19 and 26, 2020.

Biathlon Season

NOV 2019 - MAR 2020

The biathletes start the fight for the crystal balls a month later on November 29. The first World Cup weekend will take place in Östersund in Sweden. In 36 competitions until 22 March 2020, the World Cup winners in the disciplines Sprint, Pursuit, Individual and Mass Start and in the overall World Cup will be determined. 

 

The athletes are looking at more than 60 races in the Biathlon Season 2019/2020. This time a season held exclusively in Europe. The season starts in swedish Östersund in late November. Afterwards, in December, the athletes will stop in Hochfilzen in Tyrol as well as Le Grand Bornand in France. Some athletes use the popular mixed event, that takes place at football club Schalke 04's stadium every year during the World Cup break between Christmas and the New Year, to get in some more practice.

The two German venues Oberhof and Ruhpolding are next stops in January. After a stop in Pokjuka, February is to see the highlight of the season - the Biathlon World Championships. From February 12 to 23, 2020, the Biathlon World Championships will take place in Antholz, Italy. In South Tyrol, the athletes then race and shoot in seven disciplines for the world title. Over the course of twelve races, the athletes will fight for gold, silver and bronze. The Biathlon Season 2019/2020 will come to its end with three more World Cup races in March, held in Kontiolahti, Nové Město and Oslo

Ski Jumping Season

NOV 2019 - MAR 2020

On November 23 and 24, the new Ski Jumping Season starts. The battle for World Cup victories, top distances and records will start again for the athletes. The Ski Jumping Season 2019/2020 will start in the Poland. The dates and venues for this season's ski jumping World Cup are done and dusted. The kick-off of the new World Cup season Cup season will be at the jumping hill in Wisla, Poland. The 2020 Ski Flying World Championships will also be host to major competitions in ski jumping.

The annual Four Hills Tournament is the absolute highlight of the long Ski Jumping Season - for the fans and the athletes. The Four Hills Tournament will take place between December 28, 2019 and January 6, 2020 at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen. The tour is an annual magnet for spectators of all ages - in front and behind the screen.

The Four Hills Tournament differs significantly from the usual World Cup jumping events. 50 qualified athletes compete against each other in one on one duels in the first round. The winner of each duel qualifies for the second round, as well as the five best losers. The duels are drawn by the results from the qualification a day before. The last placed competes against the first in a knockout event. Afterwards, in the second round, the athletes jump one after the other. Although the rules differ from those for the other World Cup events, the results of the Four Hills Tournament count as part of the overall World Cup.

Another major event beside the Four Hills Tournament is the Raw Air Tournament in March. Since the Ski Jumping Season 2016/17, the Raw Air Tournament in Norway is one of the biggest highlights of the season. The athletes compete against each other in four single and two team events. The Raw Air venues for the competition are Oslo, Lillehammer, Trondheim and Vikersund.

 

At the very, the most exciting part of the Ski Jumping Season 2019/2020 will take place in Planica - the Ski Flying World Championships. From March 20 to 23, 2020, the athletes will compete for medals in single and team competitions

We thank all participants, partners and members of the network for their cooperation, contribution and effort. The images provided are featured and copyright protected by International Ski Federation, International Biathlon Union, International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation, Eurosport, biathlon online, getty images, shutterstock and Mackrodt Brands & Media.

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VERTICAL FARMING

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Winter Sports Season 2019/2020

A new season of winter sports highlights & events.

The year is drawing to a close and a new season of winter sports is just around the corner. The new winter sports season begins at the end of October. In addition to the whole variety of World Cup events in Biathlon, Alpine and Nordic Skiing, the fans of Bobsleighing and Sledging, Speed Skating and Ski Cross will get their money's worth. Winter sports enthusiasts, spectators and viewers can look forward to numerous highlights in the coming months. We prepare you for the Winter Sports Season 2019/2020 and presenting you some of the upcoming events and highlights

 

Save the dates and don't miss the highlights of the Winter Sports Season 2019/2020.

Alpine Skiing Season

OCT 2019 - MAR 2020

At the end of October the Alpine Skiing Season 2019/2020 will start in Sölden, Austria. The alpines ski racer are traditionally the first to start the winter sports season. For men and women at the Alpine Ski World Cup 2019/2020 there will be many stations in different countries until March 2020. It involves different disciplines such as Slalom, Downhill, Super-G or Combination. The women open the season with the Giant Slalom on Saturday, October 26. At 10:00 a.m. the first driver is supposed to go down the slope. The men follow one day later on Sunday, October 27 at the same time with their giant slalom.

There will be about 90 races on three different continents to decide who will be celebrating holding one of the crystal globes in the end.

Well-known and true World Cup venues as well as several new destinations shape the Alpine Skiing World Cup.

Athletes and fans look forward to an entertaining season. The first venue for the first event in October will be the Sölden Glacier. Following a stop in Levi, the alpine ski racers will be heading to North America to compete against each other in Beaver Creek, Killington and Lake Louise. Afterwards, they will return to Europe to continue the season in famous races such as the downhill races in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Gröden, Kitzbühel and Wengen as well as the technical disciplines in Alta Badia, Madonna, Schladming and Val d'Isère. There will be new events such as Slalom and Parallel Giant Slalom in Charmonix or Super-G and Combined Competitions in Hinterstoder.

The Women's races have variety in locations, with many locations only host a World Cup event every two years. Places like Bansko, La Thuile, Lienz, Ofterschwang, Sestriere and Zauchensee being part of the venues again this season. Hosts such as Cortina d'Ampezzo, Crans Montana, Flachau, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and  Val d'Isère are visited every year.

 

The alpine ski racers will be looking forward to their season highlight. The traditional races in Wengen and Kitzbühel are scheduled for January 19 and 26, 2020.

Biathlon Season

NOV 2019 - MAR 2020

The biathletes start the fight for the crystal balls a month later on November 29. The first World Cup weekend will take place in Östersund in Sweden. In 36 competitions until 22 March 2020, the World Cup winners in the disciplines Sprint, Pursuit, Individual and Mass Start and in the overall World Cup will be determined.

The athletes are looking at more than 60 races in the Biathlon Season 2019/2020. This time a season held exclusively in Europe. The season starts in swedish Östersund in late November.

Afterwards, in December, the athletes will stop in Hochfilzen in Tyrol as well as Le Grand Bornand in France. Some athletes use the popular mixed event, that takes place at football club Schalke 04's stadium every year during the World Cup break between Christmas and the New Year, to get in some more practice.

The two German venues Oberhof and Ruhpolding are next stops in January. After a stop in Pokjuka, February is to see the highlight of the season - the Biathlon World Championships. From February 12 to 23, 2020, the Biathlon World Championships will take place in Antholz, Italy.

In South Tyrol, the athletes then race and shoot in seven disciplines for the world title. Over the course of twelve races, the athletes will fight for gold, silver and bronze. The Biathlon Season 2019/2020 will come to its end with three more World Cup races in March, held in Kontiolahti, Nové Město and Oslo.

Ski Jumping Season

NOV 2019 - MAR 2020

On November 23 and 24, the new Ski Jumping Season starts. The battle for World Cup victories, top distances and records will start again for the athletes. The Ski Jumping Season 2019/2020 will start in the Poland. The dates and venues for this season's ski jumping World Cup are done and dusted. The kick-off of the new World Cup season Cup season will be at the jumping hill in Wisla, Poland. The 2020 Ski Flying World Championships will also be host to major competitions in ski jumping.

The annual Four Hills Tournament is the absolute highlight of the long Ski Jumping Season - for the fans and the athletes. The Four Hills Tournament will take place between December 28, 2019 and January 6, 2020 at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen. The tour is an annual magnet for spectators of all ages - in front and behind the screen.

The Four Hills Tournament differs significantly from the usual World Cup jumping events. 50 qualified athletes compete against each other in one on one duels in the first round. The winner of each duel qualifies for the second round, as well as the five best losers. The duels are drawn by the results from the qualification a day before. The last placed competes against the first in a knockout event. Afterwards, in the second round, the athletes jump one after the other. Although the rules differ from those for the other World Cup events, the results of the Four Hills Tournament count as part of the overall World Cup.

Another major event beside the Four Hills Tournament is the Raw Air Tournament in March. Since the Ski Jumping Season 2016/17, the Raw Air Tournament in Norway is one of the biggest highlights of the season. The athletes compete against each other in four single and two team events. The Raw Air venues for the competition are Oslo, Lillehammer, Trondheim and Vikersund.

At the very, the most exciting part of the Ski Jumping Season 2019/2020 will take place in Planica - the Ski Flying World Championships. From March 20 to 23, 2020, the athletes will compete for medals in single and team competitions.

We thank all participants, partners and members of the network for their cooperation, contribution and effort. The images provided are featured and copyright protected by International Ski Federation, International Biathlon Union, International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation, Eurosport, biathlon online, getty images, shutterstock and Mackrodt Brands & Media.

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