World Cup Kvitfjell 2021 is cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.

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    Downhill: 6th March 2021.

    Super-G: 7th March 2021.


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    Downhill: 6th March 2021.

    Super-G: 7th March 2021.


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    Downhill: 6th March 2021.

    Super-G: 7th March 2021.


World Cup Kvitfjell 2021 is cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Alpin-VM 2021 er over

Alpin-VM 2021 er over

Etter to uker i vakre Cortina d'Ampezzo, først med snøvær, og så med sol og fint vinter- og vårvær, takker vi for god TV-underholdning.

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Favourites in Kitzbühel

Favourites in Kitzbühel

Beat Feuz (SUI) took his first victory in Kitzbühel in the Downhill on Friday (substitute for Wengen DH), and his second in the Kitzbühel Downhill on Sunday. The Super-G on Monday became the first Kitzbühel victory for Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT). Photo from FIS.

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Grønt lys (green light) for World Cup i mars

Grønt lys (green light) for World Cup i mars

Vi fikk fredag 22. januar den positive nyheten at alle WC-arrangement får grønt lys til gjennomføring basert på våre smittevernprotokoller. World Cup i Kvitfjell blir gjennomført slik det ser ut i dag. English below.

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Sponsors:
Generali
JackWolfskin
Telenot
Liqui
Marlene

Partners:
InFront
NRK
DnB
Telenor
Kvitfjell logo
Gudbrandsgard Hotel
Cocacola
Swix
Gudbrandsdal Energi
Playroom
Tinde Hytter
Kvitfjell Hotell
Nordica
Noracom
NordicCrane
MyLift
Ringebu Anleggsdrift
Pipelife

Kjetil Jansrud’s home ground

When the World Cup circus arrives in Kvitfjell, Kjetil Jansrud is coming home – to his rightful home. This is where he grew up, his home ground, and where he first won a World Cup race. In Kvitfjell it comes natural to him to tell his teammates about his upbringing and his roots. This is where his mother usually serves her chocolate cake in the finish area to Kjetil’s friends in the World Cup circus. This is something I look forward to every year, says Kjetil. It is lovely to have a home advantage in «my own» ground, and where my statistics are very good.