In 2014, the Italian winter sport resort will host a parallel World Cup competition for the third time in a row and is thus no blank spot on the map anymore.
After organisers had to face some really tough conditions in the 2012 season when warm weather forced them to postpone the event by several weeks and a another edition of parallel racing last winter, it's time for some head to head duels in a parallel giant slalom again.
The sunniest ski resort in South Tyrol has a lot of more to offer than one superb World Cup slope.
A total of 40 kilometers (55% for beginners, 30% of medium difficulty and 15% for experts) of piste can be easily accessed with 16 cable cars.
And don't forget the snow guarantee from December to April, plus the amazing views into the Dolomites which will make winter holidays a time never to forget.
While the international raceboard stars are currently building up for the up-coming winter, Carezza's preparations for the first alpine snowboarding event of next winter are in full swing, too. No wonder as the countdown to the kick off of the Alpine Snowboard World Cup tour is on.
Carolin Calve (CAN) and Sylvain Dufour (FRA) have clinched the FIS Alpine Snowboard World Cup season's first parallel slalom which was staged at Carezza, Italy, today.
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On the up-coming weekend, it's finally time for the race boarders to kick off their Alpine Snowboarding World Cup season 2014. Carezza, Italy, will host the first two parallel events of this winter on Dec 13 and 14 with both, a parallel giant slalom and parallel slalom being held in single run format.