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New records today in Arinsal: Robert Antonioli and Victoria Kreuzer won the Vertical race of ComaPedrosa pulverizing the previous best times of the 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 …

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Ski Mountaineering World Cup organizers changed individual race conditions due to heavy snowfall in Andorra

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 …

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2019 BTT World Cup takes place from Tuesday 2nd to Sunday, 7th July at the Vallnord Bike Park, La Massana

In the 2019 edition, the BTT World Cup returns to the Vallnord Bike Park, where there will be three disciplines of BTT races: cross-country Olympic (XCO), short cross-country (XCC) and descent (DHI), in male and female categories.

The Andorran event will be the sixth of the international calendar of the International Cycling Union (UCI) this year. …

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Shiffrin and Hirscher have been crowned the stars of the 2019 Andorra Finals, which have brought together almost 25,000 people over the course of the week

Photo: Grandvalira

Mikaela Shiffrin has been on the top of the podium four times in these World Cup Finals and is indisputably the best skier in the world at present.

Nerves, pressure and the possibility of living up to the achievements of the great Lindsey Vonn (winner of four Crystal Globes in a single season), were not …

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Beat Feuz (SUI) and Nicole Schmidhofer (AUT): FIS Ski World Cup Downhill champions-2019

Beat Feuz (SUI) and Nicole Schmidhofer (AUT): FIS Ski World Cup Downhill champions-2019

The Pyrenees enter into World Cup history with thefirst men’s downhill race in GrandvaliraThe setting was the Àliga d’El Tarter slope, which hosted the first two trials ofthe discipline, with around 2,500 spectatorsSwitzerland’s Beat Feuz won the Crystal Globe in the …

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