The journey that we started in Sölden in October will come to an end in March with the World Cup Finals in Saalbach Hinterglemm.
Since 1993 the International Ski Federation has hosted a World Cup Final at the end of each season in March. During the Finals, Men's and Women's races are held in four disciplines: Downhill, Super-G, Slalom, and Giant Slalom. Only a limited number of racers are invited to ski at the Finals, including the top 25 in the World Cup standings in each discipline, plus the current junior World Champions in each discipline, with World Cup points only awarded to the top 15 finishers in each race.
From 16 to 24 March, the Finals of the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2023-2024 will take place on the Zwölferkogel in Saalbach Hinterglemm, the venue for the 2025 Alpine World Ski Championships.
For the first time, the World Cup Finals will last for two weeks. The technical events will be held in the first week and the speed events in the second week.
March 16th Giant Slalom / Men
March 16th Slalom / Women
March 17th Giant Slalom / Women
March 17th Slalom / Men
March 22nd Super-G / Women & Men
March 23rd Downhill / Women
March 24th Downhill / Men
The Zwölferkogel in Hinterglemm is the venue for all disciplines, providing optimal conditions for the athletes as well as the entire production team. The central location, with only one finish area, facilitates the coordination between sports and visitors. The already existing infrastructure is used in the best possible way. As far as the sports facilities are concerned, they have already been tested in various races following their adaptation, based on the most recent sports data. The reconstruction of the Zwölferkogel lift, which was started immediately after the end of the season in March 2019, will give the finish area a new character and will offer considerable advantages and a reduced workload for the sport in the future.
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is an Austrian Alpine resort town, in the district of Zell am See (Pinzgau region), in the state of Salzburg.
The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, with its 270 kilometers of slopes, 70 ski lifts, and more than 60 mountain huts, is one of the largest ski areas in Austria.
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is one of the regular venues for the Alpine Skiing World Cup. The ski resort had its premiere at the World Cup on December 19, 1972, with the celebration of a Women's Downhill event won by Austrian skier Annemarie Moser-Pröll.
In 1991 it hosted the World Championships and the FIS Council awarded on October 3, 2020, Saalbach Hinterglemm as the venue for the Alpine Ski World Championships 2025.
The 48th Alpine World Ski Championships will be held in Saalbach from February 4th to 16th, 2025. After the Olympic Games, this is the most important event in the world of skiing. The Alpine World Ski Championships bring together in one place the best skiers in all disciplines, male and female, for two weeks.