The absolute highlight in the winter sport calendar, the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships. The 2021 edition was awarded to Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy during the FIS congress in Cancun, Mexico.
The event had to be held from February 8th to February 21st, with athletes from about 70 countries competing for 13 titles, but it was postponed because of the heavy snow and avalanche.
The move meant the women would take center stage in the Super-G today, but unfortunately, Mother Nature had other plans as a dense fog covered the upper portion of the course. The racers waited for 90 minutes at the start in hopes of the fog breaking, but it was not to be as for the second straight day, the results table remained empty.Read More