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What sets the Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup apart from other events on the circuit?
Intimacy of the event + hotel + snow + reliability.
Experience the high-speed action of world-class alpine ski racing at the Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup, Canada’s premiere ski event.
Watch the world’s fastest racers begin their World Cup season at the Lake Louise Ski Resort, amongst the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park. Join in with the thousands of spectators perched from the FREE Fan Zone and cheer on your favourite country or racer as they compete against the world and showcase their home-grown talent.
The Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup is one of the select few that hold both the men’s and ladies speed events on the World Cup circuit and will play host to the first Audi FIS Ski World Cup downhill and super-G races of the season - five in all. This is the only event of its kind in Canada and is broadcasted globally to 173 million viewers.
It was a tough super-g weatherwise in Lake Louise and Kjetil Jansrud, Max Franz and Hannes Reichelt are the ones who tackeled the course the best.
Switzerland’s Beat Feuz is the reigning World Champion and first winner of the season at the Lake Louise downhill.
The first official training run of the Audi FIS Ski World Cup 2017/18 is in the books and Adrien Théaux set the fastest time on the downhill track of Lake Louise.
Both official training runs scheduled on 22nd and 23rd November had to be cancelled due to wet and soft weather conditions.
The first speed races of the season will take place in Lake Louise next week-end, with a men’s downhill and a super-g on the 25th and 26th November 2017.
The men’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup races in Lake Louise, Canada, were confirmed today following the official snow control.