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  • Lata Track, a sport complex located west of Moscow near the Krylatskoye are, has been designed almost 40 years ago for both, summer and winter sports.

    The areal served as venue for the 1980 Moscow Olympic Summer Games with its 13.2 kilometres long biking track which was build together with a modern infrastructure with regards to the Olympics.

    Ever since, the area has hosted various biking events and also serves as perfect training location for riders during the winter months with seven lifts in place for four different slopes.

    While the complex is pretty unknown so far, Lata Track will step in the World Cup spot light in 2018.

    On 10 March, the small resort will become the third ever in Russia to host a SBX World Cup competition since Sochi 2013 and Sunny Valley 2016.

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  • Alessandro Haemmerle throws away the win celebrating to early while Omar Visintin catches him on the line

    French and Italian teams rock Team SBX sprint in Moscow

    French duo Nelly Moenne Loccoz and Chloe Trespeuch as well as Italy's Emanuel Perathoner and Omar Visintin have claimed victory in this season's third Team SBX race of the FIS Snowboard World Cup tour which was staged in Moscow, Russia today.

  • SBX Sprint World Cup Moscow

    Samkova and Haemmerle keep momentum in Moscow

    Eva Samkova (CZE) and Alessandro Haemmerle (AUT) are the riders of the hour. After winning the SBX race in La Molina last weekend, both athletes kept the moment to also storm to victory in this season's penultimate stop of the FIS SBX World Cup tour.

  • The final art work to the SBX sprint course in Moscow

    Riders to heat up Moscow

    The penultimate race of the twelve-stop FIS SBX World Cup tour as well as this winter's third of four team snowboard cross events will take place this weekend in Russia.

  • Moscow aerials World Cup

    McKinnon and Kushnir shine in Moscow

    The first FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup competition in 2018 went down on Saturday evening with Kiley McKinnon (USA) and Anton Kushnir (BLR) shining under the lights at the third aerials event of the season, which took place on a 47-meter-tall scaffold ramp set up just outside Moscow’s city centre.

  • Moscow aerials World Cup

    Moscow ready to host another city aerials World Cup event

    The 2017/18 FIS Freestyle Skiing aerials World Cup season is ready to crank things back up after the holiday break, with this Saturday’s Moscow competition setting in motion the most important few weeks of the World Cup season for the men and ladies of aerials as we move towards the end of the qualification period for this February’s PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

  • Men's podium Big Air World Cup Moscow

    Ormerod and Khadarin secure historic wins in Moscow

    Katie Ormerod (GBR) and Vlad Khadarin (RUS) have claimed their respective career's first in today's penultimate big air World Cup of the 2016-17 season staged in the Krylatskoye Sports Centre right outside of downtown Moscow (RUS).