The German ski racers face a change after the end of their careers in Neurether and Rebensburg. Now young DSV athletes have to prove themselves. The data of the World Cup at a glance.

The German ski racers face two challenges: Due to the corona pandemic, the preparation was not optimal and the resignation of the top stars created a gap to the absolute top of the world. The start of the season for women was therefore bad. Nobody made the top ten.

The men did better at the start in Sölden and national coach Christian Schwaiger was accordingly satisfied: “Not much is missing”, says Schwaiger. In the World Cup season, it is therefore important that women and men make up for the lack of disadvantage.

The DSV athletes have until the end of March for this. You can see all race data in the overview. Chillreport offers a free live ticker for all dates.

Alpine skiing: the men’s dates at a glance:

October 18, 2020 Sölden (Austria):


November 27, 2020:
Lech / Zürs (Austria)


5th / 6th December 2020:
Santa Caterina Valfurva (Italy)


12./13. December 2020:
Val d’Isère (France)


18./19. December 2020:
Val Gardena / Gröden (Italy)


20./21. December 2020: Alta Badia (Italy)

  • December 20, 2020 (Sun): Giant slalom 10 am and 1:30 pm
  • December 21, 2020 (Mon): slalom 10 am and 1 pm


December 22, 2020: Madonna di Campiglio (Italy)


28/29 December 2020: Bormio (Italy)


January 6, 2021: Zagreb, Croatia)


January 8-10, 2021: Adelboden (Switzerland)


January 15-17, 2021: Wengen (Switzerland)


January 22-24, 2021: Kitzbühel (Austria):


January 26, 2021: Schladming (Austria)


30./31. January 2021: Chamonix (France)


5th / 6th February 2021: Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany)


27./28. February 2021: Bansko (Bulgaria)


6./7. March 2021: Kvitfjell (Norway)


13./14. March 2021: Kranjska Gora (Slovenia)


March 17-21, 2021: Lenzerheide (Switzerland)

Alpine skiing: an overview of the appointments with the ladies

October 17, 2020: Sölden (Austria)


21./22. November 2020: Levi (Finland)


November 26, 2020: Lech / Zürs (Austria)


5th / 6th December 2020: Moritz (Switzerland)

  • 05.12.2020 (Sat): Super-G 11.30 am – canceled
  • December 6, 2020 (Sun): Super-G 11:30 am – canceled


12./13. December 2020: Courchevel (France)


December 18-20, 2020: Val d’Isère (France)


28/29 December 2020: Semmering (Austria)


January 3, 2021: Zagreb, Croatia)


9/10 January 2021: Anton (Austria)

  • 09.01.2021 (Sat): departure 11.45 am
  • January 10, 2021 (Sun): Super-G 11.30 am


12th January 2021: Flachau (Austria)


16./17. January 2021: Maribor (Slovenia)


23/24 January 2021: Crans-Montana (Switzerland)


26th January 2021: Kronplatz (Italy)

  • Giant slalom 10 am and 1:30 pm


30./31. January 2021: Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany)


27./28. February 2021: Yanqing (China)


6./7. March 2021 Jasná (Slovakia)


12./13. March 2021 Are (Sweden)


March 17-21, 2021 Lenzerheide (Switzerland)

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