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Adelboden passes World Cup snow control review

The International Ski Federation (FIS) announced today (Dec. 31) that World Cup men’s slalom and giant slalom races, scheduled for Jan. 9 and 10 in Adelboden, Switzerland are a go as the area passed the required snow control conditions review.

The World Cup’s men tech specialists, who have been on a holiday break since races in Alta Badia, Italy Dec. 20-21, will be back in action in Zagreb, Croatia Wednesday, Jan.6 for a slalom before heading to Adelboden.

Eric Williams

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