AWSC ANDORRA 2029
The world is looking at us more than ever
The Grandvalira Andorra ski area has been the venue of several top-level sporting events in recent years in the alpine skiing, cross-country, and freestyle categories.
Now it’s time to take a step forward after the organizational success of the Alpine Skiing World Cups in 2012 and 2016 and the 2019 and 2023 World Cup Finals.
The sporting legacy that has been built has allowed the Principality of Andorra to face again the challenge of presenting itself as a candidate to host the 2029 Alpine World Ski Championships.
For the first time in history, Andorra has the guarantees and opportunity to opt for holding one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world. This commitment by the country is the result of organizational success and recognition achieved over several years in the field of alpine skiing.
A joint and unanimous will at the national level that represents an excellent opportunity for international projection for our country and the opening of possible new markets.
Dreaming big makes us a big country!
This has been the path that has taken us to where we are today:
- Passion in everything we do
- Committed to a business model based on innovation in the snow sector in the country and in the Pyrenees
- Guarantee of sustainability in all the projects we carry out
- Promoting the inclusion and accessibility of different groups so that they can gain access to and enjoy snow sports on equal terms
- Responsibility for and preservation of our natural environment
- Promoting collaboration between the teams of the organization
- Continuous search for excellence in the services and products we make available to our customers
- 2 weeks of competition
- 750 athletes from more than 70 countries
- A team of more than 500 volunteers
- +1,000 accredited communication professionals
- Live broadcast in more than 100 TV
- 7 disciplines (DH, SG, GS, SL, AC, ATE, PAR) with 13 courses