In 2019, from March 11 to 17, the world's top alpine skiers will compete in the finals of the World Cup in Andorra. That's right, the 25 best skiers from each category of the World Cup will head to Grandvalira's slopes and compete for the title in each discipline: slalom, giant slalom, super-G and downhill, in both the men and women's categories.
Not only is it thrilling to watch, but in the world of alpine skiing, these trials are the most important event worldwide, second only to the Olympics and the World Championships. Basically, it's the most prestigious winter sports event that has ever been held in Andorra - a historic milestone in waiting. So here's everything you need to know about the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals 2019.
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