Photo: Nicklas Blom

Program

The two weeks of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 in Åre will see new world champions crowned in downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, alpine combined and the alpine team event. Below you will find the official competition program including the ceremonies during the World Championships period from 4-17 February 2019. Moreover, you can also find a schedule of various side events and other activities to make sure you do not miss any of the action at Åre 2019.

Please note that the race program is subject to change due to harsch weather conditions etcetera. All changes in the race program will be communicated via our social media channels (Åre 2019), on this website and in our app, Åre 2019. For information on repurchase of tickets in case of canceled events, go to Tickets.

Download full Race Program here >>

 

National Arena Opening Hours

From Friday 15 to Sunday 17 February the arena opening hours are as follows:

Friday 15 February, Giant Slalom, Men

Foodcourt National Arena: 12.15 - 19.00 CET

Grandstand kiosk National Arena:  12.15 - 19.00

Saturday 16 February, Slalom, Ladies

Foodcourt National Arena: 09.00 - 16.00

Grandstand kiosk National Arena: 09.00 - 16.00

Sunday 17 February, Slalom, Men

Foodcourt National Arena: 09.00 - 16.00

Grandstand kiosk National Arena: 09.00 - 16.00

Please note that the opening hours might change if changes are made to the race program. Visit our website (the start page) for updated information about any changes.

 

Qualification races

Information and qualification program

Qualification race for technical event

Qualification races will take place for ladies and men’s giant slalom and slalom.

Modus

  1. First 50 competitors qualified

The first 50 competitors present on the board for the respective competition in the technical events, will qualify directly to the final race. The enrolment for the qualification race is done according to World Cup rules. For the Final race replacement of injured or ill competitors verified by the Medical Supervisor of the first 50 present competitors may only be made by competitors with at least the same or better WCSL / FIS points than the 50th competitor on the board. Only the WCSL / FIS points of the originally entered 50th competitor count. There is no moving up.

  1. First 25 qualifiers

All other competitors not included in the group of the first 50 present competitors must compete in a qualification race for the respective event from which the 25 best ranked will qualify to the final race. There is in any case no replacement of the first 25 qualifiers for the Final race or moving up.

  1. Next 25 qualifiers

Thereafter the first 25 nations on the board represented by a competitor with his/her valid FIS points in the event concerned, which are not already represented by the 75 (50+25) qualified competitors (as described above Modus a. and b.), may each enter one competitor. The competitor may only be entered if he/she started in the qualification race. Competitors from these 25 nations can only be replaced by other competitors from the same nation that participated in the qualification race.

All competitors participating in the qualification race will be included one official results list of the respective race of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, which includes both the qualification and final races. The regulations concerning Specifications for Competition Equipment are also applicable for the qualification races.

Final race

Based on the qualification modus above, a maximum of 100 competitors are allowed to participate at the 1st run.

For the 2nd run of the final race

The first 60 competitors from the 1st run are qualified to participate.

Please note that the Ladies' Giant Slalom Qualification, Monday 11 February, is not required as all 100 entered athletes are qualified for the medal event on Thursday.

Thursday 14 February 2019

10:00 – Giant Slalom, Qualification, Men, Run 1
13:30 – Giant Slalom, Qualification, Men, Run 2

Friday 15 February 2019

10:00 – Slalom, Qualification, Ladies, Run 1
13:00 – Slalom, Qualification, Ladies, Run 2

Saturday 16 February 2019

10:00 – Slalom, Qualification, Men, Run 1
13:30 – Slalom, Qualification, Men, Run 2

Daily Event Program

Use the drop-downs to filter on day, venue and event type. Some of the events are marked DH-, AC-, ATE-, GS or SL  Ticket, which means that the ticket for the race event, for example GS, is valid for attending the event. For example, to attend the SkiStar Invitational, a ticket for the ATE (Alpine Team Event) is required.

DH - Downhill
AC - Alpine Combined
ATE - Alpine Team Event
GS - Giant Slalom
SL - Slalom

Sunday 17 February 10.00/13.30

Linda Sundblad

National Arena

| SL Ticket |

Sunday 17 February 11:00

Slalom 1st run, men

National Arena Åre

TICKETS

Sunday 17 February 14:30

Slalom 2nd run, men

National Arena Åre

TICKETS

Sunday 17 February After Race

Closing ceremony

National Arena Åre

| FREE |

Sunday 17 February After Race

Prize ceremony Slalom, men

National Arena Åre

| FREE |

World Cup Stockholm

2019 will see yet another chapter of the success story of the Audi FIS Ski World Cup City Event in Stockholm! The previous three editions have all taken place around the end of January but because of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 in Åre, the fourth edition of the World Cup Stockholm parallel slalom will take place on 19th February 2019. Make sure to be there to see the stars of Åre 2019 to display their magic under the stars at Hammarbybacken on Tuesday, 19 February starting at 17.30. For more information, visit the World Cup Stockholm homepage here.