Sudelfeld has been hosting a few World Cups already.
It all began back in 2009 when Sudelfeld, Germany's biggest connected ski area, became the tenth's German venue site to host a Snowboard World Cup organizing a parallel giant slalom.
In 2010, another parallel race was hosted.
After a break of one year, the venue was back on track in 2012 and 2014. Now with some experience to their belts, Local Organisers are ready for the fifth PGS edition at the Waldkopf slope.
|2009||Doris Günther (AUT)||Andreas Prommegger (AUT)||PGS||re-run|
|2010||Amelie Kober (GER)||Andreas Prommegger (AUT)||PGS||re-run|
|2012||Amelie Kober (GER)||Siegfried Grabner (AUT)||PGS||re-run|
|2014||Patrizia Kummer (SUI)||Sylvain Dufour (FRA)||PGS||re-run|
The resort offers a total of 31 kilometres of slopes (5 km easy, 23 km intermediate and 3 km advanced). The family friendly areal also provides three chair lifts and many t-bar lifts making it a modern and natural-looking winter sport areal which has the first reported skiing activities dating back to the beginning of the 20th century.
Situated in the Upper Bavarian Alps, Sudelfeld benefits from perfect infrastructure and outstanding transport connections. As Munich is only a one-hour-drive away, the resort in Bayrischzell attracts the inhabitants of the Bavarian capital who are looking for a cool day in the snow.
In addition, Sudelfeld can be reached with the train. Starting in Munich, the trip takes about 1.5 hours. A special ticket includes the day pass plus the travel expenses. So, everyone gets the chance to ride the slopes from December to April during the operating hours from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
Snowboard Germany has finally confirmed that two stops of the Alpine Snowboarding World Cup tour will take place on German soil this winter.
Patrizia Kummer (SUI) and Sylvain Dufour (FRA) have clinched the season's final of the raceboarders which was staged today at Sudelfeld, Germany.
Tomorrow will bring this season's last parallel event and thus the title decisions for the PGS World Cup as well as Alpine Snowboard Overall World Cup. However, only a handful of athletes has the chance to be crowned as World Cup Champion after the Parallel Giant Slalom World Cup at Sudelfeld presented by Audi.
On Saturday, February 1st, 2014, the alpine snowboarders will meet for their last race of the FIS Alpine Snowboard World Cup tour at Sudelfeld.
The time for jitters is over! The FIS Snowboard World Cup Sudelfeld presented by Audi will take place as scheduled on February 1, 2014.
Positive feedback from the first snow control: Local Organisers and FIS representatives have agreed on running the season's final of the FIS Alpine Snowboard World Cup tour as scheduled in Sudelfeld, Germany, on February 1st.