The international federation highlights the legacy, entertainment and sustainability of the Principality project


The International Ski Federation (FIS) has described as “impressive” the presentation of those responsible for Andorra’s candidacy for the 2029 World Championship, carried out at the annual meeting of said organization held in Zurich (Switzerland). , and have highlighted the legacy, entertainment and sustainability that the Principality project offers.

An alpine ski event never seen before. An evolution of the model that goes beyond the sports focus. A milestone that must progressively transform the paradigm in the organization of alpine ski world championships in which, not only the athlete but also the spectator and the audience, will have an active participation during the 15 days of the World Cup.

These are some of the messages that David Hidalgo and Elisabeth Pérez, general director and marketing director of the Andorran candidacy, have conveyed this Tuesday to the FIS technical committee headed by Michel Vion, general secretary, and Markus Waldner and Peter Gerdol, directors of the men’s and women’s World Cup, among others, in the presentation of the Andorran candidacy to host the event in 2029.

In the presentation, the most relevant aspects of each of the sections of the candidacy dossier have been detailed, such as accommodation, operations, mobility and transportation, sustainability, entertainment, marketing and communication, security and scenarios. competition.

FIS members have described the Andorran presentation as “impressive”, emphasizing the points of legacy, entertainment and sustainability. In addition, they have highlighted the emotional aspects that the project contains in their communication campaign.

At this meeting, those responsible for the candidatures of Val Gardena (Italy) and Narvik (Norway) also presented their proposals. The experts in each area will prepare an assessment report that will be sent to the members of the FIS council, who will choose the venue for the 2029 World Cup at the congress they will hold in Reykjavík (Iceland) in June 2024.