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Lillehammer

The 1994 Olympic Winter Games were a success for Lillehammer. Based on this success it was possible for Kvitfjell to host World Cup races in the years to come.
Major events in Lillehammer experienced after the Olympic Games 1994:
1999  World Championships in Ice Hockey
1998  World Championships in Handball, women
2013-2017  Nordic Ski World Cup, all disciplines men and women
2015  Alpine Ski World Championship, junior (Hafjell)
2016  Youth Olympic Winter Games

Kvitfjell

Kvitfjell was built for the 1994 Olympic Winter Games, but has already gained an outstanding reputation among alpine enthusiasts around the world. The unique Kvitfjell courses were designed (Bernhard Russi) and built to combine challenges and safety as the guiding principles.
The Men’s Downhill/ Super-G courses are equipped with snowmaking installations (automatic).
The Men’s Downhill course in Kvitfjell fulfils the standards for a high levelled modern WC course and has undergone improvements each season after the OWG (94) to maintain the latest specifications.
Chairlift to the middle station, 4-seat detachable with a capacity of 1600 skiers/h.
Chairlift from the middle station to the downhill start, 6-seat detachable with a capacity of 2000 skiers/h.
Sunday February 26th 2017 Kvitfjell organized World Cup race number 60, 24 years after the first World Cup race in 1993!


Major events experienced outside of the Olympic Games 94:

2017  Alpine World Cup men, 2xDH and Super-G
2016  Alpine European Cup women, GS, Super-G and Alpine Combined
2016  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G

2015  Alpine European Cup women, GS, Super-G and Super Combined
2015  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
2014  Alpine World Cup men, 2xDH and Super-G
2013  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G

2012  Alpine World Cup men, DH and 2xSuper-G
2012  Alpine European Cup women, GS, Super-G and Super Combined
2011  Alpine World Cup men, 2xDH and Super-G
2010  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
2010  Alpine European Cup women, GS, Super-G and Super Combined

2009  Alpine European Cup women, GS, Super-G and Super Combined
2009  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
2008  Alpine European Cup women, 2 x Super-G
2008  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G

2007  Alpine World Cup men, Super-Combined, DH and Super-G
2005  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
2004  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
2003  Alpine World Cup Finals, DH and Super-G, men and women

2002  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
2002  Norwegian Alpine Ski Championships, DH
2001  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
2000  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G

1999  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
1998  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
1997  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
1996  Alpine World Cup finals, DH and Super-G, men and women

1995  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G
1995 - 1999 FIS competitions in Super-G, men and women
1995 - 2012 Various regional alpine competitions on different levels
1993  Alpine World Cup men, DH and Super-G.