A small town located just inside the Italian border in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Dolomite mountains, Innichen/San Candido is rich in history, warm in atmosphere, and - as an annual host of the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup since 2009 - deep in its commitment to skiing.
While the Three Peaks resort at Innichen/San Candido is modest by European standards, offering 425m of vertical drop serviced by nine lifts, it is also perhaps the most picturesque setting of all on the FIS Freestyle circuit.
With the La Rocca dei Baranci massif looming behind it, the ski cross course at Innichen/San Candido offers athletes and spectators alike the truly incredible experience of taking part in World Cup skiing action within the boundaries of one of the only 193 locations that have been dedicated "World Heritage Site" worldwide.
This season, Innichen/San Candido will play host to one of our biggest events of the season, when the second annual Audi FIS Ski Cross Cross Alps Tour comes to a head with back-to-back competitions on December 21 & 22, 2017. There, after battling through six competitions in four resorts in 16 days, December's king and queen of ski cross will be crowned under the Dolomites.
Sandra Naeslund and Marc Bischofberger captured the the wins and the titles at the final 2017 Cross Alps Tour stop in Innichen/San Candido.
Heidi Zacher and Marc Bischofberger both won and vaulted into top spot on the Cross Alps Tour standings on Thursday in Innichen/San Candido.
The final two competitions 2017 Audi FIS Ski Cross Alps Tour will take to historic Innichen/San Candido this week.
One week to go before the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup gets back to business in France.
The 2017 Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup Cross Alps Tour gets underway on December 8th in Val Thorens (FRA).
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