6-7-8 January 2023

VAL DI FIEMME TOUR DE SKI

XCO SKIING CELEBRATION

VAL DI FIEMME TOUR DE SKI

Competitions and celebration from 6th to 8th January in Val di Fiemme
Winter fest with music, dances and tasty food on Saturday 7th
Another test in Muonio (FIN) for teams
World Cup starts in Ruka (FIN) on Friday


World Cup season is about to take off and Val di Fiemme wants to celebrate the strongest cross-country skiers coming in January. Music, dances and tasty food will enrich the last three days of 17th Tour de Ski competitions, as a source of good energy to audience cheering its idols. First ‘dance’ on Friday 6th with Sprint CT at the Cross Country Stadium in Lago di Tesero; same stage for 15 km Mass Start the next day. The scenario changes and gets more special for the big final event on Alpe Cermis on Sunday 8th. Final Climb is the last act, the last extreme dance of 10 km, starting from the Cross Country Stadium in Lago di Tesero towards Olimpia III alpine-skiing track.
Fiemme World Cup O.C. gathered all its energy in order to present all the collateral events, after two years without, among them, Winterfest, a little “white” Oktoberfest, under the Fiemme Party Tent, at the Cross Country Stadium in Lago di Tesero on Saturday 7th. A music explosion together with dances and fun with the young local band “Fleimstaler”, for an amusement moment for all the audience present tasting local tasty food. While, during the day, audience will be delighted by the POP band “Satomi Hot Night” before and after competitions.
Another cross-country skiing home, Muonio (FIN), hosted some competitions anticipating the World Cup debut in Ruka on in a couple of days. In the skiing resort in Olos, a 10 km CT took place with high-level athletes such as Iivo Niskanen and Erik Valnes, who dominated the race, looking ready for Ruka.
Good news for the Norwegian star Johannes Klæbo, after his summer physical problem, looked good winning the 10 km CT in Beitostølen (NOR). On one hand, audience can relax knowing he is now getting better, on the other, Ruka World Cup starts without the strong Swedish Jonna Sundling, still recovering from a heavy cold. Ebba Andersson and Frida Karlsson might be able to propose a great show again, after competing in a breathless duel in the 16.2 km FT in Bruksvallarna (SWE).
Cross-country skiing is the protagonist of the three days in Val di Fiemme where entertainment is present for both adults and young people, with Coop Mini World Cup on Saturday 7th January and “Rampa con i Campioni” and “Tour del Gusto”, prepared by Ziano Insieme, Ale4m, Krampus Fiemme and U.S. Dolomitica.

 

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