Europa Cup races in Serbia, Spain, confirmed

Downhill, super combined, giant slalom and slalom will all run according to schedule in February. 15 Jan 2016
A picture of a woman skiing on the slopes

Germany's Anna Schaffelhuber races down the slopes at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in La Molina, Spain.

ⒸMarcus Hartmann

IPC Alpine Skiing has confirmed that three Europa Cups in Stara Planina, Serbia, and La Molina and Espot in Spain, will run according to schedule.

From 1-5 February, skiers will compete in two downhill races and a super combined event in Stara Planina.

Youth races and IPC Alpine Skiing sanctioned races will precede the Europa Cup in Serbia on 30-31 January and 30 January-2 February, respectively.

The Europa Cups in La Molina on 8-11 February and Espot between 13-14 February will then take place, having been rescheduled from early January due to a lack of snow.

Two giant slalom and two slalom events will be contested in La Molina, followed by two super-combined races in Espot.

Next up for skiers is double slalom at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup in St. Moritz, Switzerland, from 21-23 January.

The first downhill races of the 2015-16 World Cup will then run in Tignes, France, between 25-29 January.

The full competition calendar can be viewed at IPC Alpine Skiing’s website.