Colorado Welcomes You to the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships
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Here in the Centennial State, we love World Cup racing.
Every year, Colorado hosts the only World Cup races in the U.S., usually at Aspen for the women, and Beaver Creek for the men.
And this winter, it gets even better with the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championships coming to Vail and Beaver Creek. This is the third time these resorts have hosted the event (the other two being 1989 and 1999), since the Championship format was introduced at Portillo, Chile in 1966.
PHOTO: Jesse Star & Beaver Creek Resort
The 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships begin on February 2 and run through February 15. Over 700 professional skiers from 70 countries will participate in Mens' and Ladies' Downhill, Super G, Giant Slalom, Slalom and Alpine Combined events.
Worldwide, organizers estimate more than 750 million viewers will tune in to watch the action. You could do that, or you can come to Colorado and see the races live.
What's Going On
The first week of the Champion
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