"This is awesome, it might be one of my favourite slopes right now!" Mikaela Shiffrin after her training on the ERTA slope.
Let’s train, as Mikaela Shiffrin and Manuela Moelgg did, for the Ski World Cup race on the Erta slope.
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The womens' giant slalom race will take place on January, the 24th 2017, between the high-speed races of Garmisch-Partenkircher (GER) and the ones in Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA). The race will be held on the "ERTA" run, which is one of the famous Kronplatz's "Black Five", that runs from the top of Piz de Plaies down to the village of San Vigilio di Marebbe. This is one of the slope were the local heroes Manuela and Manfred Mölgg usually train since many years.
At the age of four Manuela Mölgg started her ski career on the slopes of Plan de Corones. From the outset, supported by her uncle Marco Kaneider and coach Roman Erlacher, she made it in 1999 in the South Tyrolean squad. Just one year later, she became part of the Italian National Ski Team. She struggled in just two years from the C in the A squad before, and thus since 2002 throughout the Italian World Cup squad. Since then, they presented in their disciplines through the leaders in the top 30 and is part of the absolute elite of ski racing. Her greatest successes include 10 podium places and the 3rd place in the giant slalom World Cup 2007/08.
After 14 years now makes the World Cup for the first time station in the home of Manuela Mölgg.
Her home slope "Erta" is thereby venue of the competition and on each case she will on January the 24th 2017 everything put on this very demanding track to get a place in the sun.
As a snow-making company and event partner, Demaclenko will ensure optimal snow conditions with extensive snow coverage during the FIS World Cup Race at Kronplatz. Demaclenko is looking forward to thrilling race days and an exuberant atmosphere amidst the breathtaking mountains.