The global spotlight falls on Mont-Tremblant as it prepares to host the upcoming Women's Giant Slalom event in the World Cup. The Flying Mile course is set to witness a thrilling contest, with the first run kick-starting at 5:00 PM and the second at 8:15 PM, Italian time. The event will be telecast live on Eurosport 1 and Rai Sport.
Tough Competition Ahead
The competition is expected to be intense with Lara Gut-Behrami and Valrie Grenier taking the bib numbers 1 and 2 respectively. Adding to the adrenaline rush, Federica Brignone and Mikaela Shiffrin have swapped their usual numbers for 3 and 4, adding an unexpected twist to the race.
Marta Bassino, starting with number 5, has her sights set on her first podium finish of the season. Also in the mix are Petra Vlhova and Sara Hector, known for their competitive spirits and stellar performances.
The Dark Horse
Another contestant to watch is Sofia Goggia. With bib number 17, Goggia aims to maintain her strong form following a commendable seventh-place finish. Her performance is expected to be a key factor in the race's outcome.
The Italian contingent, renowned for their prowess on the slopes, will also be participating in the event, with each competitor carrying their individual start numbers. Their performance will undoubtedly contribute to the event's overall thrill and competitive nature.
In addition to the Mont-Tremblant race, the 56th edition of the races on the Saslong is also on the horizon. For further updates and related events, enthusiasts can follow the NEVEITALIA website, a part of the RCS network managed by IceMedia Srls.