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The Supercombined has closed the finals

2014 IPCAS world cup finals Tarvisio

supercombinata1supercombinata2supercombinata3 the daily Supercombined has closed the 2014 IPCAS world cup finals in Tarvisio. The last 2 competitions on the Di Prampero course have defined the discipline podium for this season 2013/14.
These are the official daily results:

In Visually Impaired gold for the russian Aleksandra Frantceva (Guide Pavel Zabotin) and for the canadian Mac Marcoux (Guide Robin Femy), in Standing, first place for the american Alison Jones and the ‘australian Toby Kane. In the Sitting category, another win for the austrian Claudia Loesch and for the canadian Josh Dueck.

At the parterre of the Lussari Mount, at the end of the races, the prize giving ceremony took place and in that occasion it has been presented also the seasonal Slalom and Giant Slalom Podiums.

In Tarvisio village, in the main hall, all the other 2014 world cup medallists have been presented during the closing ceremony: the LOC President, Mr Paolo Tavian welcomed all the authorities, competitors, delegations, staff, volunteers and Partners, thanking everybody for the great job they did: the 2014 IPCAS world cup finals represent another step to host the World Championship in 2017,

From the competitive point of vue, in Valcanale we have seen a great performances by the top international 50 athletes (coming from 10 nations) who will be the main actors of the next Winter Paralympic games in Russia.

Official Results:
World Cup Individual Rankings Winter Season 2013/14
Women’s Supercombined
Men’s Supercombined

Video, gallery and news available on www.sc2worldcup.com


Double Silver and Gold for the italian athletes!

Double Silver and Gold for the italian athletes!

IPCAS Coppa del mondo sci alpino paralimpico Tarvisio 2014.

Today, on the Di Prampero course, the last two downhills of the 2014 IPCAS world cup season took place.The best 50 competitors coming from 10 nations, performed on a technical and speed track (length 1780m) with a perfect  snow condition.

Excellent Results for the italian teams, thinking to the next Winter Paralimpics in Sochi (Russia). Double silver for Alessandro Daldoss and the Guide Luca Negrini in Visually Impaired and two bronze medals for Melania Corradini in Standing.

In the final daily standing 2 victories for the russian Aleksandra Frantceva (Guide: Pavel Zabotin) in Visually Impaired, for the teammate Inga Medvedeva in Standing and for the austrian Claudia Loesch (Sitting).
About the Men results, double wins for the US Mark Bathum (with the Guide Cade Yamamoto), in Visually Impaired, for the austrian Markus Salcher (Standing) and for the japanese Akira Kano (Sitting).

doppia-medaglia-italia-ipcas1 doppia-medaglia-italia-ipcas2 doppia-medaglia-italia-ipcas3Tomorrow, last day of races with the Supercombined (at 10:00 SuperG start and at 13:00 slalom) one more time on the Di Prampero piste LIVE Streaming on the Event web www.sc2worldcup.com.

In the afternoon all the final Awards ceremonies will be held in Tarvisio village with the Autorithies, Organizers, Delegations, Athletes and Champions.

Info, gallery e video of the day onwww.sc2worldcup.com and on our social networks.

Official Results.
DH1 Women
DH1 Men
DH2 Women
DH2 Men

Tomorrow SuperG startlist

 

Today the Opening with the 2 Downhill trainings

Today the Opening with the 2 Downhill trainings

2014 IPCAS World Cup finals Tarvisio

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This morning, a shining day has opened the official programma of the 2014 IPCAS world cup finals in Tarvisio, Italy. The DHs Training took place on the piste Artico Di Prampero where the top world athletes tasted the ski and conditions.

Good news for italian teams for the upcoming races: in Visually Impaired, second time for Alessandro Dal Doss (Guide Luca Negrini) and fourth in Standing, for Christian Lanthaler. About the women, third time for Melania Corradini in Standing.

Tomorrow the first DH will start at 11:00 and the second at 12:30.

Here the link with the DHs training standings and tomorrow DHS startlists

On the occasion of the World Cup Finals, a roundtable entitled “Disabled and winter sports, a value for the prevention, the safety and the rescue in healthcare” will be organized tomorrow, on February 25th at 5.30 pm at the “Julius Kugy” cultural center in Tarvisio (media center).The meeting will be opened to everybody

All the races will be broadcasted in livestreaming on www.sc2worldcup.com and www.paralympic.org/live-sport.

The Top World ski paralympic champions will perform in the 2014 IPCAS World Cup Finals in Tarvisio, Italy

The Top World ski paralympic champions will perform in the 2014 IPCAS World Cup Finals in Tarvisio, Italy

campioni Spain’s multi world and Paralympic champion Jon Santacana will make his long awaited comeback from injury this weekend (24-27 February), at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals in Tarvisio, Italy, the last major event ahead of the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.
Santacana, 33, has been out of action since tearing his Achilles tendon at September’s IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup in Thredbo, Australia, but will line up with his guide Miguel Galindo and around 50 other athletes for this weekend’s downhill and super-combined races.
In the men’s visually impaired class, Santacana will face stiff competition from his compatriot Gabriel Gorce and guide German Agranovskii as well as Slovakia’s Jakub Krako, who is guided by Martin Motyka. Italy’s Alessandro Daldoss (guided by Luca Negrini) on home snow and with two downhill World Cup podiums to his name this season is also likely to be a contender.
The finals will be livestreamed at www.sc2worldcup.com and www.paralympic.org/live-sport.
In the women’s visually impaired class, Russia’s super-combined World Cup Aleksandra Frantceva and guide Pavel Zabotin can secure the overall title with victory. She will be closely monitoring Danelle Umstead and husband and guide Rob however, as the U.S pair could yet still snatch the downhill and super-combined World Cup titles if results go their way.
The men’s downhill standing will see Austria’s world champion Markus Salcher go head-to-head with team-mate Matthias Lanzinger. Salcher is in superb form this season, having claimed 12 World Cup podiums across all disciplines, and barring disaster should claim the overall downhill World Cup title. In the super-combined he could also challenge current leader Alexey Bugaev of Russia for the title.
The women’s standing events could see Russia’s Inga Medvedeva capitalise on the absence of France’s multi-world champion Marie Bochet by claiming both the super-combined and downhill World Cup titles. The USA’s Allison Jones is still in contention for the downhill title however.
The closest contests of the weekend may come in the two runs of the men’s sitting downhill. Five of the world’s top 10 in the World Cup rankings are racing, and all are in contention to take the overall title. World Cup leader Andrew Earl Kurka of the USA will start as favourite but with a slender five point lead will face stiff competition from teammates Tyler Walker and Christopher Devlin Young, as well as the Austrian duo of Roman Rabl and Reinhold Sampl. A finish of any kind in the super-combined will also be good enough to secure Rabl the overall super-combined World Cup title such is his current lead.
The women’s sitting events will see Austria’s world champion Claudia Loesch race the USA’s downhill world champion Laurie Stephens. Victory for Stephens in the super combined will give her the overall World Cup title in the event.
Around 50 athletes from nearly 10 countries will compete in Tarvisio from 24-27 February, in the last stop before the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

An evening Reception to introduce the Event Official Partners & Sponsors

An evening Reception to introduce the Event Official Partners & Sponsors

2014 IPCAS World Cup Finals Tarvisio, Italy

Yesterday evening, at Hotel EUROPALACE in Monfalcone, the Reception dedicated to the Partners & Sponsors of the 2014 IPCAS World Cup Finals Tarvisio took place.
The LOC President, Mr Paolo Tavian and the Sci Club Due President, Mr Adriano Orsi, welcomed all the guests, underlining the extreme importance of the Supporters contribution to the Event success.
This evening, said Mr Tavian, is dedicated to all people, companies and groups who believed in our project, started in 2003 during the Winter Universiade and focused to our bid for the 2017 IPCAS World Championships.
Regarding the 2014 IPCAS world cup finals of Tarvisio, the first teams will drive to the Valcanale in the weekend; by the way the japanese delegation and athletes are already in Friuli, exactly in Ravascletto/Zoncolan Mountain for a couple of training days, waiting the official competitions in Tarvisio.
Around 50 athletes from nearly 10 countries will compete in Tarvisio from 24-27 February, in the last stop before the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.
Images, video, news and more directly on the official event web www.sc2worldcup.com
and specific social media.
High quality pictures will be available for download also at http://www.flickr.com/photos/Paralympic.
Updates, pictures and stories will be uploaded toFacebook.com/IPCAlpineSkiing,
@IPCAlpine and http://www.paralympic.org/alpine-skiing

 

Piancavallo has assigned the 2014 Europa Cup GS Titles and medals

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2014 IPCAS Europa Cup Finals

Piancavallo has assigned, today, the final GS trophies and medals for this season.On the Busa Grande piste, at the end of the 2 runs, the italian athletes grabbed a positive results: bronze for Giacomo Bertagnolli accompanied by the Guide Achille Crispino (Visually Impaired) and Gold for Nicolo Maria Orsini in the Standing.

In the afternoon, at the local Congress Center, the Awards Ceremonies took place with all the Athletes, teams, coaches, delegations and authorities. Another satisfaction and glory for the italian Melania Corradini who won the 2014 silver GS Trophy (in Standing); that’s good for the upcoming IPCAS World Cup Finals in Tarvisio, Italy (24-27 february) and the Winter Paralympics in Sochi, Russia.

Final Results GS Women
Final Results GS Men

2014 IPCAS Europa Cup Finals Piancavallo, Italy Slalom cancelled!

The Opening of 2014 IPCAS Europa Cup Finals in Piancavallo, Italy was not positive. Unfortunately, the slalom, scheduled for this morning, after two delays, has been cancelled due to   bad weather conditions. The FIS/IPCAS technical Delegates, the IPCAS Race Director and the Jury made this decision: the snow was too wet and the Competitors safety, mostly in the sitting disciplin, was not guaranteed.

Tomorrow, 52 Athletes, coming from 13 nations, will perform in giant slalom, on the Busa Grande piste (first run starts at 09:15 and the second at 11:30). On this occasion will be assigned also the european titles for the season 2013-14.

Interviews – daily technical meeting

The Region Friuli Venezia Giulia has presented the upcoming 2014 IPCAS Events

Monday 03 february, at the Regional Government Building in Triest, the Counsillor for Sport, Mr Gianni Torrenti and the LOC President Mr Paolo Tavianhave presented the upcoming 2014 IPCAS Events.

Piancavallo (09-10 february 2014), will host the 2014IPC Alpine Skiing Europa Cup Finals and  Tarvisio will be the official Venue of the 2014 IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals - 9° Memorial Hans Erlacher, from 24 to 27 february. So many  people, coming from all over the world, will get to Friuli Venezia Giulia.
The IPCAS has scheduled, even for the 2014 season, these prestigious and international Top Events in that Region of the North-East of Italy, assigning the local organization, one more time, to Sci Club Due from Ronchi dei Legionari-Monfalcone and to the LOC President, Mr. Paolo Tavian, a precursor of the paralympic activities in Italy, as his resume indicates: 9 paralympic medals, 5 world championships and 3 european championships medals as athlete (from 1988 to 1998) and as Coach of the italian national ski team (from 1998 to 2006), he won 14 medals in Winter Paralympic Games (2002 and 2006).
Athletes, Coaches, Technicians and IPC/FIS Officials consider the slopes and tracks of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia some of the best in the world, from the technical point of vue, and from their preparation and management. On these slopes the best world Champions will perfom, thinking also to the upcoming Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia (march 2014).
The Local Organizing Committee, for the ninth year in a row, is ready to welcome all the IPC alpine skiing circus, as Mr Tavian said,  with an Events full Schedule (races, various ceremonies, receptions and collaterals); the main goal is to turn more attention to these athletes and champions who are an example to promot, basically, to the youngest generations. About this aspect, the “School Project” will continue also in 2014, with the cooperation of the Regional Education Board and Department.
All these Events have been organized in partnership and collaboration with the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, the Regional Tourism Board, the Regional Agency Promotur, the Regional Civil Protection, the IPCAS, the FIS, the FISIP and CIP, the pool of local communities and venues, the volunteers group and the Official Supporters and Sponsors.
The 2014 IPC alpine skiing events and races in Friuli Venezia Giulia are included in a  long project, started in 2003, that will end in 2017 with the bid to host the IPC alpine skiing World Championship.
The Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, land of world and olympic Champions and sport traditions at the top level, is ready to face the challenge, as Mr Torrenti underlined at the end of the speeches. 

MEDIA INFO:
During the 2014 IPCAS Finals in Tarvisio, Italy, the media center will be placed in downtown, at cultural house “Julius Kugy”: over there all the accredited journalists will have the opportunity to join a Wi-Fi network. Also the finish/ground Area and parterre of the Lussari Mount and Artico Di Prampero course will be served by a WI FI connection via password.
The Tarviso competitions will be also LIVE Streaming on the official Event website www.sc2worldcup.com

 

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