So, which competitions will our athletes be competing in during the 2019/20 winter season and where will the competitions take place? If the race is held in a location nearby, Italian fans will be present to support the athletes live.
Let’s take a closer look at the dates you cannot miss.
Born in Deutschnofen in 1994, her speciality is the giant slalom. However, Karoline also delivers good performances in speed events.
This season she will be one of the most representative polyvalent athletes of the women’s alpine ski team at the World Cup. We will be able to see her in action and cheer for her on Monday 27 January in Kronplatz, where the women’s giant slalom will take place on the ERTA slope. Let’s go Karo!
Born in Brixen in 1982, he was the super-G junior world champion in 2002 and subsequently won three World Cup medals in different disciplines.
Today, he is 37 years of age and is planning to end his career after the 2021 World Cup in Cortina. Meanwhile, he is still training for the 2019/20 season with lots of energy and desire to compete. As a World Cup team member, he will be racing in the speed events.
He was born in Rasen-Antholz and is our Italian biathlete. He became part of the Italian national team in 2008 and made his debut during the 2011 World Cup. His first win came in 2012 at the relay race in Oberhof.
This year’s biathlon season will culminate with the World Cup in Rasen-Antholz from the 12thup until the 23rdFebruary, where Dominik is going to have the home advantage and our heartfelt cheering on his side.
Born in Meran in 1989, he is a snowboarder who became a specialist in the discipline of Snowboard cross. He debuted in 2004 at the European Cup and in 2008 at the World Cup.
The season has arrived and our Omar is part of the Italian Snowboard Cross team. In December, we saw him competing in Breuil-Cervinia, where the Cross World Cup was held for the third time. Amazing Omar!
Born in Brixen in 1995, she became a luger and competed for the first time as a member of the Italian national team in 2012. Two years after she won the gold medal in the women’s singles luge at the junior World Cup
This year’s World Cup schedule - European and World championship – consists of nine stages during which we already saw and will continue seeing our Andrea face new challenges. C’mon Andrea!