Alpine Skiing made its debut as an official winter sport at the 1977 World Games. Since then,the number of athletes competing has grown by 300 percent. This exciting winter sport challenges the athlete’s ability and coordination while racing down a mountain at speeds of up to 64 kilometers per hour. There are 15,000 athletes in 50 countries worldwide competing in Alpine Skiing today.
Athletes may compete in the downhill, slalom and giant slalom events. Athletes with lower abilities can participate in the super glide event. All alpine skiers must wear a helmet during training and competition
- Super Glide Event
- Super Giant Slalom
- Giant Slalom