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LATEST NEWS: Winter Games NZ Confirmed for 2022, committed to 2023, 2024 & 2025!

Alpine Skiing

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Winter Games NZ will be holding a thrilling Alpine ski racing programme at Coronet Peak, with two FIS Australia New Zealand Cups in Giant Slalom and Super G, located a mere 25 minute drive from downtown Queenstown.

Please see the schedule here

 

FIS Australia New Zealand Cup Athletes

Entries for the FIS Alpine Ski Racing Australia New Zealand Cup Races are now open and can be made on the FIS Race Entry Form and returned to Race and Events Manager Melissa Vistoli at [email protected].

Entry Deadline for all Alpine ANC – Sunday 14th August 2022 at 5:00pm. 

Athlete Image Sharing Guidelines

Our team will provide photos for you to share on your social channels. This media is free to use providing you adhere to the guidelines in this document.

 

Alpine

schedule and results

27Aug
  • FIS ANC Alpine Super G x2
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The Alpine Super-G presented by Coronet Peak is the longest of the two race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ 2022 race programme. Super Giant Slalom (Super-G) is a single run over a long course, which combines the speed of Downhill and some of the technical characteristics of the Giant Slalom. It requires the skier to be very precise at high speeds. It combines a variety of long and medium turns on courses that have vertical drops only slightly less steep than in Downhill.

We will be running two races of Super-G on the 27th of August at Coronet Peak.

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Alpine Info

28Aug
  • FIS ANC Alpine Giant Slalom
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The Alpine Giant Slalom presented by Coronet Peak is one of two race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ 2022 race programme. Giant Slalom consists of two runs over separate courses, which may be on the same slope. Giant Slalom presents a range of long, medium and tight turns, which require strength, and a good sense of rhythm. The course is to be set to make optimum use of the variations in terrain and full use of the width of the hill, to increase the spectacle of the event.

We will be running two FIS Continental Cup Giant Slalom races on both the 28th and 29th of August 2022.

 

Alpine Info

29Aug
  • FIS ANC Alpine Giant Slalom
    Icon Coronet PeakIcon 9amIcon Free to Watch!

The Alpine Giant Slalom presented by Coronet Peak is one of two race disciplines included in the Winter Games NZ 2022 race programme. Giant Slalom consists of two runs over separate courses, which may be on the same slope. Giant Slalom presents a range of long, medium and tight turns, which require strength, and a good sense of rhythm. The course is to be set to make optimum use of the variations in terrain and full use of the width of the hill, to increase the spectacle of the event.

We will be running two FIS Continental Cup Giant Slalom races on both the 28th and 29th of August 2022.

 

Alpine Info