The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Cortina 2021 Men's Downhill and SuperG slope

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800

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Difficult

Description

Vertigine, in English "Vertigo": a new track specifically designed for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Cortina 2021 Men's Downhill and Super-G.

It's wide and steep in some sections and the view on Cortina d'Ampezzo is astonishing along its entire path.

With a total length of 2,740 meters and a maximum slope grade of 61% on a 840 meters elevation gain.

Fast and challenging for the athletes, especially in some sections.

The most difficult parts are the "Vertigine" jump, the "Canalone Schuss" and traverse, the "Ghedina" jump - in honour of the famous local athlete Kristian Ghedina - and the final "Marmotte" jump from where the athletes have to keep up their speed until the finish line.