FIS Aerials World Cup Corviglia, St. Moritz


At the beginning of March 2023, the Engadine hosted the first Aerials World Cup on Swiss soil in 15 years. On the Corviglia above St. Moritz, the world's best aerials athletes competed to collect important World Cup points - and to familiarise themselves with the terrain. After all, the Aerials World Cup is an important test for the teams as well as for the organisers with regard to the Freestyle World Cup 2025 at the same location.

Date: Sunday, 5 March 2023

Venue: Corviglia, Engadine

The last Aerials World Cup on home soil was held in Davos-Parsenn in 2008. Fifteen years later, the World Cup team made another stop in Switzerland. Around 50 athletes from eight nations were at the start. They were all enthusiastic about the event, especially since the magnificent weather on the Corviglia, a ski jump praised by all sides and top-class jumps left nothing to be desired for the athletes, the support staff and above all the fans.

"It was mega cool, a dream - the weather, the super facility, the super fans," said Swiss aerials athlete Noé Roth. The newly crowned world champion jumped to a great 2nd place in St. Moritz. His back double full-double full-full earned him 133.11 points, which was just 3.65 points less than the winner Dmytro Kotovskyi from the Ukraine.

The Swiss head coach was also taken with the hill, which was built like this for the first time. "The course is very good for jumping," said Michel Roth. "It has a little wind now and then, but you can read it. St. Moritz has really done a super job." So the first Aerials test event on the Corviglia turned out to be a complete success!

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Photos: Martin Wabel