As announced at the end of last week, there will be not two but three World Cup races in Crans-Montana next winter, including the first ever women's team combinedin history - a new event that the athletes are already looking forward to.
Our ambassador Michelle Gisin, who was in Crans-Montana playing golf a few days ago, is already looking forward to taking part in this new competition. She will go down in history as the last women's Olympic champion in the traditional combined event, and has yet to decide whether she will take part in the downhill or the slalom.
"I love the downhill piste as much as I love the slalom one in Crans-Montana. It's going to be difficult to choose," says the skier from Obwalden, who will be taking part in all the events on the Mont Lachaux piste between 16 and 18 February 2024 in the Valais resort.
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