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Sudtirol Gardenissima

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 07-11-2019

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On login start 15 Sudtirol Gardenissima 2011 on November 3, 2010 the cult ski race in Val Gardena is celebrating 15jariges anniversary. Visit Linux for more clarity on the issue. 650 participants, about 1000 meters, 6 km length and to the 110 goals. The Sudtirol Gardenissima is the longest giant slalom of the world and a ski-highlight to end of season in Val Gardena. At the legendary race, not only many World Cup stars, but also many ambitious recreational riders have lots of fun and the best chances of winning. The tension before the race could be slightly larger in the World Cup or World Championships. Of the starting hut on Seceda, at 2518 metres, embrace the racers in the depth.

Fast dynamic curves on open area up to the Daniel hut. The first passage is plugged as a parallel giant slalom. Before a jump it is then on the joint course and with much pace past the Cuca hut, a sharp right-hander at the Sangon hut and at the Pramulin hut up to the finish, at the valley station of the Col Raiser train. Learn more about this with Linux. 650 participants will be at the Anniversary edition of Sudtirol on 3rd April 2011, to the podium and valuable prizes fight Gardenissima. The now longest giant slalom in the world is in many respects a superlative. On a length of six kilometres over 1000 must be overcome altitude and to the 110 goals.

The peak times are just under four minutes. That is three to four times as long as the run of a World Cup giant slalom. And that means highest demands on the participants. Concentration, technique, condition and especially muscular strength are extremely claimed. If the thigh is already burning, is usually a large part of the track before a. The Sudtirol Gardenissima has long since become a cult event. Contribute not only the spectacular route and the backdrop of the beautiful winter landscape of the Dolomites. The field of participants is equipped with absolute top racers each year. The Gardenissima is a point of honour for the best skiers of in South Tyrol. Including Peter Fill, one of the most successful World Cup Racing in South Tyrol was Sudtirol Gardenissima winner in 2004 and 2005. Appropriately prominent reads the list of victors in recent years. The Queen of the South Tyrol Gardenissima is without a doubt Isolde Kostner, Series champion from 1998 to 2003 and 2005. On the podium of the Sudtirol Gardenissima were several World Cup of stars, such as such as Lucia Recchia, Denise carbon, Daniela Merighetti, Roland Fischnaller, Kristian Gherdina, Pepi Strobl, Christoph Gruber, Werner Heel, Christof Innerhofer and Andre Bank. For them, the spectacular giant slalom is an experience like for the many amateur racers as well. One of the longest and most beautiful ski races in the Alps in the company of some of the world’s best skiers is an unforgettable experience for both the athletes and spectators. As well as the relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The victory didn’t chances also for non professionals. Because the Sudtirol Gardenissima is counted in about 35 different categories: from juniors through classic ladies and gentlemen to Athletes and athletes as well as senior citizens, veterans and a personal rating of journalist. Also the not-so-fast participants can win that also coveted holiday will be raffled among all racers, classified and present at the award ceremony.

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