Ski mountaineering competitions – La Sportiva Andorra Skimo-2020 – took place on February 22 and 23 in Andorra along four routes: Skimo2, Skimo4, Skimo6 and Skimo10. This year, the participants were offered a new option – the possibility of personal training with a professional athlete and trainer, Eduard Barceló, regardless of the level of training. …More
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La Sportiva Andorra Skimo-2020 closed its fifth edition despite the increased difficulty of the route and the lack of snow at its lower levels.
With more than 1,000 runners (against about 900 in 2019) from 14 nationalities and 150 volunteers, the contest has grown in popularity over recent years …More
The Andorran stage of the SKIMO World Cup, Andorra Comapedrosa (Arinsal), 25th and 26th January 2020
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Look results of vertical race and individual race
Aurélien Gay and Grace Staberg triumphed among Juniors, while Davide Magnini and Emily Harrop in the Espoir category
Robert Antonioli (ITA) and Victoria Kreuzer (SUI) have won the Vertical race in Arinsal, writing down the best performances ever with the times of 26’36” (Antonioli) and 31’56” (Kreuzer). Regarding the other victories, Aurélien Gay (SUI) and Grace …More
Aurélien Gay and Samantha Bertolina dominated in the Junior category, while Mara Martini and Davide Magnini among Espoirs
Xavier Gachet (FRA) and Alba De Silvestro (ITA) have won the Andorran Individual race valid as the first competition of the second stage of the 2019/2020 ISMF World Cup. Concerning the Junior category, Aurélien Gay (SUI) and Samantha …More
La Comapedrosa discards the option to reach the summit due to “safety” concerns.
The individual race will take place in Arinsal if the conditions don’t change.
Ski mountaineering world cup organizers announced that Comapedrosa’s summit will not be crowned as expected, due to adverse weather conditions and concern for “safety”.
In that sense, the race promoters were waiting …More
Friday, 24th January at Arinsal. The opening ceremony for the 2020 International Ski Mountaineering (SkiMo) World Cup. (No times given for any events…) On Saturday, 25th January the
Individual Race on Comapedrosa. On Sunday, 26th January, the Vertical Race on Comapedrosa.More
The General & Event Manager Roberto Cavallo and the Technical Delegate Stefano Mottini participated in the exploratory meetings with the Local Organising Committees of the ISMF World Cup stages in Aussois (France) and Berchtesgaden (Germany).
In both cases the visits on site confirmed what was presented in the initial organisational phase at a …More
Finally the 2019/2020 The International Ski Mountaineering Federation ISMF calendar is ready
There will be five stages for this season’s World Cup, starting from the middle of December until the first weekend of April. The races will be held in France, Andorra, Germany, China and Italy.
However next winter will be full of many other events, since …More
On February 23 and 24, 2019 ANDORRASKIMO ski mountaineering competition will be held in Andorra. The competition will be attended by 460 teams (2-3 people in each). Participants will be able to complete four routes: Skimo2, Skimo4, Skimo6 and Skimo 10. Race promoter, Gerard Riart, told all-andorra.com about the events’ organizational issues, as well as …More