World Ski Championships 2021: here the schedule!



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World Ski Championships 2021: here the schedule!

The 2021 World Ski Championship will begin on Monday 8 February in Cortina, Italy. On Sunday 7th there will be the inaugural ceremony, while on the 21st it will end with the last race and the closing ceremony. During the 14 days of the event, about 6 thousand athletes from 70 nations will compete for 13 world titles in downhill, super G, giant, slalom, combined alpine and, for the first time, individual parallel.

It runs on five tracks: Drusciè A, Olympia delle Tofane, Labirinti, Rumerlo and Vertigine. Cortina World Cup 2021 schedule Monday 8 February Combined women (Olympia delle Tofane) Tuesday 9 Super-G women (Olympia delle Tofane) Super-G men (Vertigo) Wednesday 10 Combined men (Vertigo) Saturday 13 Women's descent (Olympia delle Tofane) Sunday 14 Men's descent Tuesday 16 Parallel men and women (Rumerlo) The 2021 Alpine Skiing World Championships in Cortina (Italy) are starting again.

It will start on February 7 with the Opening Ceremony, all under a very strict protocol for COVID-19. The largest seasonal winter sports event was launched with a press conference. Alessandro Benetton, president of the Cortina 2021 Foundation, said: "We are ready for the last effort after an important job.

Great team play. Beyond the sporting event, I imagined something that would involve the whole territory, something that would give a legacy beyond sport, such as the Expo. The pandemic has added difficulties but everyone has lent a hand, creating the snowball effect: from plant engineers to hoteliers, from politics to Minister Spadafora who has guaranteed us further support also for transmit these World Cups to the world in this situation.

The warmth of the people will be lacking, of course, marà will be a great media event. And financially we are aiming for a balanced event, even without an audience. Everyone gave a hand, from the Municipality to the plant engineers, from the Region to the Government."

Giuseppe Pierro, head of the Sport Department of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, underlines the importance of the event: "The first international sporting event at the time of the pandemic, everyone is watching us.

Thanks to the Foundation and the Local Authorities. We did not want to postpone the event. event, to demonstrate how a great event can also be organized during Covid. Cortina is an international model of public-private collaboration."

Wednesday 17 Parallel to teams (Rumerlo) Thursday 18 Women's giant slalom (Olympia delle Tofane) Friday 19 Men's giant slalom (Labirinti) Slalom women (Drusciè A) Sunday 21 February Men's slalom (Drusciè A)