FIS Ski World Cup Lauberhorn, Wengen (SUI) #1

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Source: https://www.lauberhorn.ch/en

94th International Lauberhorn races Wengen from 12. to 14.01.2024

Heading for the future since 1930: Welcome to the International Lauberhorn Races – the Home of Legends.

Race program:

Tuesday, 9 January 2024

  • 12:30 PM Practice Downhill (tbc)

Men’s Downhill Training January 09, 2024 13:00 CET

Wednesday, 10 January 2024

  • 12:30 P.M. Training Downhill (tbc)

Thursday, 11 January 2024

  • 12:30 P.M Downhill (Replacement for Beaver Creek)
  • 6:15 P.M Start number draw Super-G
  • 7 P.M Downhill award ceremony

Friday, 12 January 2024

  • FROM 09:30 Refreshments on Wengernalp, along the piste and at the finish line
  • 12:30 P.M Super-G
  • FROM 3.00 P.M Entertainment, food stands and outdoor bars in the World Cup Village Wengen
  • 6:15 P.M Start number draw Lauberhorn Downhill
  • 7:00 P.M .Award ceremony Super-G followed by ski party in the World Cup Village

Saturday, 13 January 2024

  • FROM 09:30 Refreshments at Wengernalp, along the piste and at the finish line
  • 12:30 P.M. Lauberhorn Downhill
  • FROM 3:00 P.M. Entertainment, food stands and outdoor bars in the World Cup Village Wengen
  • 6:15 P.M. Start number draw Slalom
  • 19:00 P.M. Lauberhorn Downhill award ceremony
  • followed by ski party in the World Cup Village

Sunday, 14 January 2024

  • FROM 9:00 A.M. refreshments at the finish line
  • 10:15 A.M. Slalom 1st run
  • 13:15 P.M. Slalom 2nd run
  • followed by the award ceremony in the Finish Arena Innerwengen

Race track downhill

The essence of downhill skiing! It’s only really fun when your legs are on fire. Facts, figures, records:

Source: https://www.lauberhorn.ch/en/races/downhill/

  • Track length: 4.5 km.
  • Difference in altitude: 1028 meters
  • Steepest point: 41° at Hundschopf
  • Average speed: 106.33 km/h.
  • Speed record: 161.9 km/h.
  • Track record: 2:24.23 min.

Author: Ski Team