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The Tremblant World Cup made a triumphant return after 40 years, and boy, was it worth the wait! Fans, athletes, and organizers alike are still buzzing with excitement following the action-packed weekend in December. With over 15,000 cheering fans, the FIS Ski World Cup Women’s Giant Slalom races were nothing short of spectacular. Frederica Brignone from Italy dominated the slopes, clinching victory in both races, while the USA’s Mikaela Shiffrin secured third place in both events.

After such a successful comeback, the FIS has already marked the dates for next year’s races on December 7th and 8th, 2024. The talk of bringing back the Tremblant World Cup had been brewing for years, and finally, after a year of hard work, the dream became a reality. The organizers sold out tickets, rallied over 300 volunteers, and partnered with various corporate sponsors to make the event a hit with fans of all ages.

“I am speechless at the energy of the crowd and can’t thank them enough for the incredible support.” — Valérie Grenier

The athletes, including Valérie Grenier from St. Isidore, Ontario, were equally thrilled with the event, praising the racecourse’s quality and the convenience of staying and competing at Tremblant. Grenier, who grew up skiing at Tremblant, expressed her gratitude for the overwhelming support from the crowd.

 

“It was wonderful to host the world at Tremblant and for everyone to see the incredible racing and enjoy the Tremblant experience.” — Patrice Malo, President and Chief Operating Officer of Station Mont Tremblant

The event not only showcased thrilling ski races but also brought the community together and boosted economic development and tourism in the region. Therese Brisson, President & CEO of Alpine Canada, praised the event as a celebration of ski racing that united the best women ski racers in the world with passionate fans in a stunning setting.

 

The Tremblant World Cup was truly a global affair, welcoming 61 athletes from 18 countries, 150 team staff, 300 volunteers, 75 broadcast production crew, and over 80 media personnel. The overwhelming success of this year’s event has set the stage for an even more exciting and memorable Tremblant World Cup in the years to come. Stay tuned for more thrilling ski action and unforgettable moments at Tremblant!