GAP - "We can ski World Cup" - with this self-image, the questionnaire, the official application concept for the Ski World Cup 2027, created by the German Ski Association, the Garmisch Ski Club and the Garmisch-Partenkirchen market, was due on September 1st Handed over to the International Ski Federation (FIS) on schedule in 2021. The competence that this “triumvirate” of major ski events brings with it is certainly unique: for generations, top-class ski races have been organized on the Kandahar and Gudiberg: “We have been running top-class ski races in all disciplines here in Garmisch-Partenkirchen for over 50 years by. We can proudly claim that we have outstanding expertise. In addition to the annual,We were last able to impressively demonstrate this in alpine World Cup races in 2011 at the World Ski Championships, ”enthused the 1st Mayor Elisabeth Koch.
The organizing committee, represented by the DSV (board spokesman Hubert Schwarz), the Garmisch Ski Club (World Cup representative Peter Fischer) and the Garmisch-Partenkirchen market (1st Mayor Elisabeth Koch), is now seizing the opportunity to host this "Festival in the Snow" to bring it to Garmisch-Partenkirchen a third time. With the aim of using the World Ski Championships as an impetus to improve the quality of life in the place for the benefit of future generations, the municipality applies an unprecedented approach to its competitors:
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the only applicant who can completely dispense with the construction of a new sports facility infrastructure. This aspect of sustainability is a major asset over the competition. Above all, there is the firm conviction of the three partners that skiing has the ability to bring people together in mutual respect through a shared enthusiasm for sport. It will not be certain whether Garmisch-Partenkirchen will be the venue for the SKI World Championships 2027 until May 2022 - then the FIS Council will approve the contract. kb