LIVE: Tremblant 2023 Women’s Ski World Cup Giant Slalom on Saturday – Preliminary report, start list and live tape – Start time: 5pm / Final 8:15pm (Photo: © Tremblant / Pierre-Alexandre Legault)
On December 2, 2023, Tremblant will host an important event in alpine skiing: the women’s giant slalom. The event is part of the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup and attracts the best giant slalom athletes in the world. With the first round starting at 5:00pm, and the decisive final round for the top 30 women at 8:15pm, the day promises to be full of excitement and sporting highlights. The official start list for the first round of the women’s giant slalom in Tremblant, which begins on Saturday at 5:00pm, can be found here, as well as the start numbers and live FIS ticker after the draw has been made.
4:40 PM: Due to fog, start time will be delayed by 15 minutes: new start time 5:15 p.m.
Data and facts about the Ski World Cup
Women’s Giant Slalom in Tremblant
Start List Round 1 – Starts at 5pm
Live tape of the women’s first round **
Middle ranking after the first round
Stars List Round 2 – Starts at 8.15pm
Live tape of the women’s second round **
Final FIS standings in Tremblant women’s giant slalom
All data will be updated as soon as it is available
Weather in Mont Tremblant, Canada
Here is the weather forecast for Mont Tremblant, Canada, for Saturday, December 2, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.:
- 11:00 am: The temperature will be around 2 degrees Celsius, with snow falling and wind speeds around 5 km/h.
- 12:00 noon: Snowfall continues at around 2°C and wind conditions are consistent.
- 13:00: Snow continues to fall, and the temperature rises slightly to 3 degrees Celsius.
- 14:00: The sky will be partly cloudy, with temperatures reaching 3 degrees Celsius.
- 3 o’clock.: The weather remains partly cloudy with a temperature of around 2 degrees Celsius.
The main characters and their opportunities
Lara Gut BahramiThe Swiss Alpine skier has already achieved impressive success and could make history. Her recent victories have made her one of the top favourites. Her performances in the first two World Cup giant slalom races of the season show that she is at her best and could become the first athlete since Tina Mayes in 2012/13 to win the first three races of the season.
Mikaela Shiffrin, an American skating legend, is also highly anticipated. She dominated last season with a total of 90 World Cup victories, including 21 in the giant slalom. Her presence on the slopes always means an impressive performance and she will undoubtedly do everything in her power to continue her winning streak.
And other prominent participants
- Federica Brignone From Italy is looking for her first World Cup giant slalom win in more than a year.
- Sarah Hector From Sweden she hopes to build on her success at the Olympic Games.
- Petra Vlhova The Slovakian is aiming for her first World Cup giant slalom win since March 2022.
- Alice Robinson From New Zealand, a young athlete with a promising future, will celebrate her 22nd birthday shortly before the race.
- Valerie Greniera local favorite from Canada, knows the slopes in Tremblant well and can cause a surprise.
This giant slalom race in Tremblant is notable not only because of the athletes participating, but also because it is the first time a World Cup event has been held at this location. It is also the second time in 30 years that the Women’s Giant Slalom World Cup has been held in Canada. French and Austrian skiers have had success in Canadian giant slalom in the past, adding to the excitement.
With Tremblant’s perfect setting and challenging slope, the women’s giant slalom promises to be a highlight of the winter sports calendar. The combination of experienced champions and emerging talent, coupled with the historical importance of this race, promises an unforgettable competition. Sports fans and enthusiasts can look forward to amazing rides and exciting moments when the first half begins at 5:00pm, and the exciting final race begins at 8:15pm.
– Saturday 2 December 2023, 5:00pm/8:15pm (CET): Women’s Giant Slalom
– Sunday 3 December 2023, 5:00pm/8:15pm (CET): Women’s Giant Slalom
The official FIS Ski World Cup calendar for the 2023/24 men’s season
The official FIS Ski World Cup calendar for the 2023/24 women’s season
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