Following the motto: 1 mountain - 11 races - 1 goal
All events of the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships Saalbach 2025 will take place at the 12er KOGEL in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn.


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The start of the women's course at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2025 in Saalbach is a gripping introduction to the race. A steep gradient of 74% and a following sharp left turn set the pace for a rapid start sequence. This combination of a steep descent and challenging curve propels the athletes into a veritable speed rush at the beginning of the race. The start captivates not only the athletes but also engages the audience with high-speed action right from the outset. 


The section around the middle station is unique. The „Ulli Maier Jump,“ coupled with the subsequent „Panorama Jump,“ forms the centerpiece of the women's course. These highly demanding segments challenge athletes within a few hundred meters, where they also reach top speeds. This thrilling sequence of technical jumps tests the skills and courage of the athletes, making this section a pivotal area of the race. (im Englischen finde ich test´s passend,Inhaltlich umschreiben wie oben)


The men's course is defined by its impressive „Snow Crystal Jump“. Athletes leap up to 55 meters and reach breathtaking speeds of 140 km/h on a 72% gradient. Extreme speeds and impressive jumps challenge not only technical skill but also the courage and precision of athletes. The „Snow Crystal Jump“ guarantees thrills for both drivers and spectators, delivering spectacular moments.


The „Ochsenritt“ is a legendary section of the track, renowned from past World Cup races. A compression followed by a jump, a wave, and a flat stretch makes it particularly challenging for our skiing aces. The compression creates intense pressure, followed by technically demanding elements. Negotiating the flat stretch requires quick adjustments to maintain speed and to carry it as much as possible into the next section. 


Category (m) Start (m) Finish (m) Elevation difference (m)
Downhill (DH) 1.835 1.060 775
Super-G (SG) 1.600 1.060 540
Giant Slalom (GS) 1.460 1.060 400
Slalom (SL) 1.260 1.060 200


Category (m) Start (m) Finish (m) Elevation difference (m)
Downhill (DH) 1.974 1.060 914
Super-G (SG) 1.780 1.060 720
Giant Slalom (GS) 1.520 1.060 460
Slalom (SL) 1.280 1.060 220


Category (m) Start (m) Finish (m) Elevation difference (m)
Team Parallel (TP) 1.220 1.060 160
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