FIS Snowboard Alpine Eurpean Cup
St. Moritz, Corviglia


January 16 and 17, 2024

The Snowboard Alpine European Cup is coming to St. Moritz for the first time

The parallel competitions for snowboarders start on (giant slalom) and below (slalom) the Rominger. The giant slalom makes a small bend and then merges into the slalom part. The finish is on the Salastrains and offers a comprehensive view of the entire racing event.


What kind of competitions are held?

Parallel Giant Slalom (PGS)

The main discipline for alpine boarders is the parallel giant slalom (PGS). The snowboarders duel in parallel on two courses that are as identical as possible. After a run, sides are switched to compensate for possible advantages. In the qualification, all participants complete one time run per course. The fastest 16 advance to the final, where the knockout system continues. PGS has been part of the Olympics since 2002, four years earlier a simple giant slalom was held. In 2002 and 2006 the Olympic champion was Philipp Schoch.

Parallel Slalom (PSL)

The parallel slalom (PSL) follows exactly the same pattern as the parallel giant slalom. The only difference is that the typical triangular snowboard goals are narrower. The distance between the goals is around 12 meters in the PSL and 25 meters in the PGS. As a result, the riders in the PSL use shorter boards. Parallel slalom was also an Olympic discipline in Sochi 2014.
(Text: Swiss Ski)

Team Section

[Translate to Englisch:] Resultate

All results and official information

[Translate to Englisch:] Invitation

Informations for teams of Snowboard Alpine can be found here

Programm & Time Table

Subject to Programm Changes!





March 15, 2024 08:00 - 12:00 Possibility of training on the World Championship slope
March 16, 2024 10:00 - 12:00 Qualifications PGS
March 16, 2024 13:15 - 14:15 Finals PGS
March 17, 2024 10:00 - 12:00 Qualifications PSL
March 17, 2024 13:15 - 14:15 Final PGL


Details zur Strecke

Schematische Darstellung des Rennhangs


Längenprofil PGS

Längenprofil PSL

Der Romingerhang während des Parallelrennens im Rahmen der Alpinen Weltcuprennen in St. Moritz