Arlberg Kandahar Race

AUDI FIS Ski Worldcup Women

Downhill & Super-G

St. Anton am Arlberg is an integral part of the international World Cup circuit. After the young talents took on the famous Karl Schranz course at the FIS Women's European Cup at the beginning of 2022, the big names of ski racing are now once again eagerly awaiting one of the most challenging race courses in the world. On January 14 and 15, 2023, the international women's skiing elite will compete in the two fastest alpine disciplines at the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Women. In the downhill and super-G, the participants will be fighting for hundredths of a second, valuable points and sporting renown.  


  • January 14, 2023 Downhill
  • January 15, 2023 Super-G

FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships 2023

16. - 25. January 2023 - St. Anton am Arlberg

As the cradle of alpine skiing, St. Anton am Arlberg has not only shaped the history of winter sports, but also supports the careers of tomorrow's players at an early stage. Just a few days after the Women's World Cup, the Tyrolean mountain village will host the FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships 2023 (JWSC 2023 for short) under the motto "(Y)our next step". More than 500 of the world's best young athletes from more than 80 countries will face their first big challenge from January 16 to 25 in St. Anton am Arlberg. The youth themselves are also responsible for the visual appearance: The official logo, for example, comes from a school competition in which 20-year-old Lea Schattleitner from the Ferrari School in Innsbruck prevailed against 65 submissions with her multicolored design of an implied snowflake.