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Tickets on sale for 2023 Audi FIS Alpine World Ski Cup Finals

Grandvalira is hosting the Audi FIS Alpine World Ski Cup Finals. image: Twitter

Tickets are now available to purchase for the 2023 Audi FIS Alpine World Ski Cup Finals which will take place in Spain’s Andorra

The opening ceremony for the finals will take place on March 13 at 7.30 pm. Visitors to Grandvalira will be able to purchase tickets for the main events, which, depending on the event, will cost between €15 and €20 per seat. Under-12s will be admitted free of charge.

The Andorran Ski Federation’s base ski training program will receive earnings from the $5 opening ceremony tickets (FAE). For those who would like to enjoy the event as well as catering, VIP tickets are also available; these cost about €200.

VIP tickets, which cost about $100, are also available for keen skiers who want to witness the events from the slopes and on their skis.

As reported by Visitandorra, the world elite of alpine skiing will meet again on the slopes of Grandvalira for the Finals of the 2023 Audi FIS World Ski Cup.

The 25 best skiers in each category of the World Cup will compete for the cup in each discipline: slalom, giant slalom, super-G and downhill, in both the men’s and women’s categories.

In the world of alpine skiing, these races are among the most important events worldwide, second only to the Olympics and the World Championships.

The nine competition races will be held on Grandvalira’s Avet and Àliga slopes. The men’s and women’s downhill will open the finals, followed by the super-G in the two categories, the women’s slalom, and the men’s giant slalom, and will close with the women’s giant slalom and the men’s slalom. New this year will be the parallel giant team race.

The iconic Avet slope in the Soldeu sector, with a length of more than 1.2 km and a maximum gradient of 65%, will host the technical disciplines of slalom and giant slalom.

The Àliga slope in the El Tarter sector, which has a double track (which from a bird’s eye view forms the ‘X’ that symbolises the Grandvalira logo), will be the setting for the speed races. The slope is 2.7 km long and has an elevation gain of over 700 meters.

On the other hand, L’Abarset and the Soldeu platform will be the epicentre of entertainment activities, with Après Ski parties every day and, as a great novelty, the World Cup Village, where you can enjoy children’s activities.

Source: visitandorra.com

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