Only the most successful skiers in the current season are qualified to appear in the finals, so the spectators can expect to witness more quality than quantity in the races in Switzerland. The World Cup finals promise to be extremely exciting, then both of the large globes, as well as six of the small crystal trophies, are yet to be claimed. Only the two slalom globes have been taken already, by Benjamin Raich, AUT, and Tanja Poutiainen, FIN.
The programme of events for Lenzerheide 2005
Thursday the 10th of March:
10:15am: Women's downhill
1:15pm: Men's downhill
Friday the 11th of March:
10:15am: Men's super-G
1:15pm: Women's super-G
Saturday the 12th of March:
9am: Women's slalom, first run
10am: Men's giant-slalom, first run
11:30am: Women's slalom, final
12:30pm: Men's giant-slalom, final
Sunday the 13th of March:
9am: Men's slalom, first run
10am: Women's giant-slalom, first run
11am: Men's slalom, final
12:30pm: Women's giant-slalom, final
We will of course be reporting from all of the races in our live-ticker.
The holiday region Lenzerheide-Valbella
Sports unlimited - that is certainly on offer in the holiday region Lenzerheide-Valbella. Whether young or old, active or in search of recuperation, hobby skier or elite athlete, everyone feels comfortable in this skiing locality. The holiday programme is extremely varied and the sporting possibilities are endless. Lenzerheide-Valbella: That means in winter a top-class skiing area with two sunlit valley walls. From night skiing, through snowshoe hikes, to sleeping in hay, there's everything on offer.
A few details about the town
Lenzerheide with its boroughs: Churwalden, Parpan, Valbella and Lenz, lies in the kanton Graubünden, near the regional capital, Chur. The kanton is one of the largest, covering roughly 7,100 km², and contains 215 municipalities. The hotels in the popular winter-sport town proudly boast a total of about one million nightly bookings every year.