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Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals 2015 (M/L)
Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals 2015 (M/L)
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Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals 2015 (M/L)

_________________________ OFFICIAL WEBSITE www.meribelworldcup.com_____________________


_________________________ KEY FIGURES & PROGRAMME

[ Key figures ]
- 85 Million potential viewers
- 10 live TV broadcast on Eurosport international, ORF, ZDF, RAI Sport, NTV Plus, RTV Slovénie, SRF, SVT 1, RSI, Eurosport Asie
- 9 World Cups in one week
- 25 of the best men and ladies athletes from each discipline
- 70 000 spectators expected throughout the week
- 400 volunteers
- 300 media accreditations

[ Programme ]
- Wednesday 18 : Descent Ladies & Men
- Thursday 19 : Super-G Ladies & Men
- Friday 20 : Team event
- Saturday : Slalom Ladies / Giant Slalom Men
- Sunday 22 : Slalom Men / Giant Slalom Ladies



_________________________ From 18 to 22 March 2015 !

2015 will be an important year for Méribel and for all skiing fans. This unforgettable event, at the Heart of the 3 Vallées, will give France the opportunity to host for the first time this international event in the renowned winter sports resort!

Come to Méribel and experience the excitement of this event which is based on conviviality, innovation and entertainment.

The season’s top 25 athletes from each discipline will come head to head on the « Roc de Fer » slope, the objective being to lift their category trophy, or even better, to receive the title of best skier of the season.

An incredible week awaits you in Méribel, full of surprises and excitement. A unique event, held for the first time in France!




- Name of the course : “Roc de Fer” downhill
- Orientation : the top part faces East ; middle part East-North/East ; final part East
- Starting gate : « Sous le Petit Col », altitude 2150m
- Finish line : Plateau de la Chaudanne, altitude 1432m
- Vertical drop : 718m
- Length : 2355m
- Slope : maximum inclination 58% ; minimum inclination 7% ; average slope 30 %
- Access : the lower part of the course is accessible using 2 chairlifts: Plan de l’Homme (capacity : 2400 pers/hr) and Roc de Fer (1500 pers/hr) and the start of the downhill by the Olympic Express (1500 pers/hr). Above the Super G start, a 50 m tunnel allows tourists and spectators a safe circulation
- Start area: « Sous le Petit Col », 200m North and below the top station of the Olympic Express chairlift
- Finish area: Chaudanne plateau. Around the racers’ finish area, separate easily accessible positions have been prepared for the press, radio and TV commentators as well as for the public