Saturday, October 4, 2014

Calendar Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2014-2015


This is the calendar for the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2014-2015 and the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail and Beaver Creek.
The defending overall champions from the 2013-2014 season are Marcel Hirscher and Anna Fenninger.
Marcel Hirscher won the Men's title for the third time in a row, becoming the first man to achieve this since Phil Mahre in 1983.
Anna Fenninger won the overall Women's title for the first time. It was also the first time Austria won the women's cup since Nicole Hosp in 2007, and, together with Hirscher's win, the first time since 2002 that Austria won both titles.

Soelden (AUT)
October 25th Giant Slalom / Ladies
October 26th Giant Slalom / Men

Levi (FIN)
November 15th Slalom / Ladies
November 16 th Slalom / Men

Lake Louise (CAN)
November 29th Downhill / Men
November 30th Super G / Men

Aspen (USA)
November 29th Giant Slalom / Ladies
November 30th Slalom / Ladies

Lake Louise (CAN)
December 5th Downhill / Ladies
December 6th Downhill / Ladies
December 7th Super G / Ladies

Beaver Creek (USA)
December 5th Downhill / Men
December 6th Super G / Men
December 7th Giant Slalom / Men

Val d'Isere (FRA)
December 13th Giant Slalom / Men
December 14th Slalom / Men

Courchevel (FRA)
December 13th Giant Slalom / Ladies
December 14th Slalom / Ladies

Val Gardena / Groeden (ITA)
December 19th Super G / Men
December 20 th Downhill / Men

Val d'Isere (FRA)
December 20th Downhill / Ladies
December 21st Super G / Ladies

Alta Badia (ITA)
December 21st Giant Slalom / Men

Madonna di Campiglio (ITA)
December 22nd Night Slalom / Men

Semmering (AUT)
December 28th Giant Slalom / Ladies
December 29th Slalom / Ladies

Santa Caterina (ITA)
December 28th Downhill / Men

Muenchen (GER)
January 1st City Event / Ladies & Men

Zagreb / Sljeme (CRO)
January 4th Slalom / Ladies
January 6th Slalom / Men

Bad Kleinkirchheim (AUT)
January 10th Downhill / Ladies
January 11th Super G / Ladies

Adelboden (SUI)
January 10th Giant Slalom / Men
January 11th Slalom / Men

Flachau (AUT)
January 13th Slalom / Ladies

Wengen (SUI)
January 16th Downhill / Alpine Combined / Men
January 17th Downhill / Men
January18th Slalom / Men

Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)
January 17th Downhill / Ladies
January 18th Super G / Ladies

Kitzbuehel (AUT)
January 23rd Super G / Alpine Combined / Men
January 24th Downhill / Men
January 25th Slalom / Men

St. Moritz (SUI)
January 24th Downhill / Ladies
January 25th Super G / Ladies

Schladming (AUT)
January 27th Night Slalom / Men

Vail / Beaver Creek (USA)
2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships
February 3rd Super G / Ladies
February 4th Super G / Men
February 6th Downhill / Ladies
February 7th Downhill / Men
February 8th Downhill / Super Combined / Men
February 9th Downhill / Super Combined / Ladies
February 10th Team / Mixed
February 12th Giant Slalom / Ladies & Men (FIS)
February 13th Giant Slalom / Men
February 14th Slalom / Men (FIS) & Ladies
February 15th Slalom / Men

Saalbach (AUT)
February 21st Downhill / Men
February 22nd Super G / Men

Maribor (SLO)
February 21st Giant Slalom / Ladies
February 22nd Slalom / Ladies

Garmisch Partenkirchen (GER)
February 28th Downhill / Men
March 1st Giant Slalom / Men

Bansko (BUL)
February 28th Super G / Ladies
March 1st Alpine Combined / Super G / Ladies

Gamisch Partenkirchen (GER)
March 7th Downhill / Ladies
March 8th Super G / Ladies

Kvitfjell (NOR)
March 7th Downhill / Men
March 8th Super G / Men

Are (SWE)
March 13th Giant Slalom / Ladies
March 14th Slalom / Ladies

Kranjska Gora (SLO)
March 14th Giant Slalom / Men
March 15th Slalom / Men

Meribel (FRA)
WC Finals 2015
March 18th Downhill / Ladies & Men
March 19th Super G / Ladies & Men
March 20th Team / Mixed
March 21st Giant Slalom / Men
March 21st Slalom / Ladies
March 22nd Slalom  / Men
March 22nd Giant Slalom / Ladies

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