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A testimony to Méribel’s sports heritage, once again the Women’s Alpine Ski World Cup will take place in the resort for two days of intense skiing. The racing starts on Saturday from the Roc de Fer for the showcase event, the oldest and the fastest of the Alpine disciplines: the Downhill. Sunday, the Super G, a combination of downhill and slalom will take over a portion of the previous day’s course. Both races will end at La Chaudanne in the centre of the resort where Méribel visitors can watch the skiers cross the finish line and encourage them with applause and cheers. Musical festivities s will be an integral part of the weekend for all to enjoy: a musical parade, ice skating in the Olympic rink, an electric light show, the awards ceremony and a dynamic soul, reggae and funk concert to end the evening.
The resort, while hosting the race remains attentive to the protection of the environment that makes Méribel such an appealing ski resort. The event has been organized as an eco-friendly act. A team of professionals will be on site non-stop to limit the environmental impact of the large-scale event from controlling air pollution to noise and waste management and even responsible team training. Further, Méribel visitors will continue to ski the resort as only 3% of the slopes will be directly impacted by the race. Most of the resort will remain accessible to recreational skiers who will have the benefit of abundant snow, world-class racing and the Méribel Party.
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