Jan 09 & 10, 2021




January 09 & 10, 2021

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the races unfortunately have to be held without spectators on location.

However, the races will be broadcast live.


Plan your visit.

Race History

A Legendary Event

The Arlberg Kandahar Race has become legendary in the ski world...

Karl Schranz Racecourse

This course is considered among the most difficult on the World Cup circuit.

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about the Race

According to current information, the races will take place without an audience.

Due to COVID-19, there will be no public starting number draws, award ceremonies or concerts.

There are no tickets available for the time being.

The last time St. Anton hosted World Cup Races was in the year 2013. Unfortunately, the scheduled 2016 and 2019 races had to be cancelled due to bad weather conditions.

Thank you in advance for your interest in supporting us! If you are interested in getting involved for the 2021 World Cup races in St. Anton, please email us at

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What Celebrities say

about the Race...

Great Reviews!!
Günther Platter_BLICKFANG
Günther Platter

Provincial Governor of the Tyrol

“Downhill races that bear the name Kandahar have a long legacy and are truly challenging. During the 2001 World Alpine Ski Championships in St. Anton, this formidable course was the site of the last World Championships held in the Tyrol.”

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Karl Schranz

Ski Legend

“Once a mere railway town, St. Anton has developed into a world-renowned resort thanks to ski racing. In my opinion, hosting World Cup Races in St. Anton is a must, at least every two years!”

Alexander van der Bellen

Federal President of Austria

“Racing down along ‘Himmeleck’ and ‘Eisfall’ with speeds reaching up to 130 km/h. The Kandahar Race has become legendary. It takes a special mindset to ski this challenging course and I deeply admire the iconic feats of athleticism that are shown here by the female ski racers.”

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