After the successful return of the Ski World Cup to the cradle of alpine skiing, Lech Zürs will enter the second round as the venue for two parallel events on November 13 and 14, 2021. Preparations are going according to plan and the public is also admitted this year. Online ticket sales will thus start on October 1, 2021.
After 26 years, alpine ski world cup races will be held in Vorarlberg again. Last year, Petra Vlhová (SVK) and Alexis Pinturault (FRA) each won the parallel races. Women's giant slalom, on Saturday, Nov. 13, and men's giant slalom, on Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021, will again be the only parallel competition on the 2021/22 FIS calendar.
Information about the World Cup course:
- Start: 1,820 m / Destination: 1,718 m / Altitude difference: 102 m
- Length of course: 365 m
- Slope Average. 29 % / Maximim: 50 % / Minimum: 4 %