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Snow Queen Trophy World Cup women’s slalom in Zagreb given green light by FIS

Snow Queen Trophy ski race to be held on schedule but without spectators

(Photo: Snow Queen Trophy)

ZAGREB, 28 Dec (Hina) – The Red Slope on Mt Medvednica overlooking Zagreb is ready for the women’s slalom as part of the 2023 Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup “Snow Queen Trophy”.

Following an inspection of the run, the International Ski Federation (FIS) has given the green light for the event, to take place on 4 and 5 January.

FIS official Markus Mayr, who visited Zagreb a few days ago, confirmed that there was a sufficient amount of snow on the slope to enable races of the world’s best women Alpine skiers on 4 and 5 January.

The 2021 Snow Queen Trophy women’s race was the most watched World Cup race of the last season, and its live broadcast drew 26.7 million viewers, more than the legendary Kitzbühel downhill race.

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