Audi FIS Ski World Cup

Aspen Snowmass is gearing up for the return of America’s Downhill™ course on Aspen Mountain—a steep, corkscrewing technical track overlooking the town of Aspen—from March 3-5, 2023.

Americas Downhill returns with Aspen World Cup March 3-5, on Aspen Mountain.

Thanks for a great 2023 Audi FIS Ski World Cup!

The 2023 Audi FIS Ski World Cup and the return of America’s Downhill™ is officially in the books. What a thrill it was to have the racers back in town, fans packing the stands and lining the courses from top to bottom, and all of Aspen buzzing with the excitement of the White Circus. Thanks to everyone who made it a great event.

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Premier alpine racers will suit up, clip in, and compete against each other (and the clock) in men’s super-G and downhill, offering onlookers everything from speed-fueled upsets to fairytale endings, all adding new lore to Aspen’s strong ties in ski racing.

Throughout the weekend, local and global audiences will congregate in our soulful ski town for free outdoor concerts, events, ceremonies, and incredible skiing and riding across all four of our mountains.

Because for as long as skiing has existed in Aspen, so have ski races. We hope you’ll join us.

A Legacy of Racing

A Legacy of Racing

Throughout history, the FIS Ski World Cup races have remained central to our community. Aspen has been home to more than 100 alpine races since local legend Bob Beattie started the FIS World Cup circuit in 1968. From 1939—when the first FIS-sanctioned races took place at Aspen—to 1950, when Aspen hosted the first FIS World Championships outside of Europe, to the 2017 Audi FIS Ski World Finals, Aspen’s Roaring Fork Valley has been the main stage for world-class alpine racing for decades.

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