2 December 2021

FIS Race at the Hörnli in Arosa

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FIS Rennen Hörnli Arosa | © Arosa Tourismus

Two junior races and Swiss podium places
A BRACK.CH NJR and an FIS race took place in Arosa on 24 and 25 November 2021. Over 100 female skiers from eight nations were at the start. Both races were held in the discipline of giant slalom. Thanks to the intensive preparations by Arosa Bergbahnen AG and the active support of numerous helpers, the young talents found the best conditions.

Promoting young talent
To ensure that World Cup races such as the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup can be held in Arosa in the future, it is necessary to hold FIS races. The BRACK.CH FIS races are Alpine skiing competitions at the highest national level. In order to be able to take part in the European Cup, World Cup or World Championships at all, a certain number of FIS points is required, which can be collected at FIS races. For young licensed athletes, the BRACK.CH FIS races are the most important competitions for establishing themselves internationally later on. In this way, Arosa also makes an important contribution to the future of Swiss skiing.


Results NJR Races, Wednesday 24 November 2021
1. Sarah Zoller
2. Delphine Darbellay
3. Delia Durrer
4. Amelie Klopfenstein
5. Jasmin Mathis
27. Anuk Brändli

Results FIS Races, Thursday 25 November 2021
1. Ilaria Ghisalberti
2. Lindy Etzensperger
3. Delia Durrer
4. Delphine Darbellay
5. Alessia Guerinoni
21. Anuk Brändli