The Finish at the Hahnenkamm World Cup Race in Kitzbuehel, © Tirol Werbung/Jens Schwarz
The Finish at the Hahnenkamm World Cup Race in Kitzbuehel, © Tirol Werbung/Jens Schwarz

81st Hahnenkamm World Cup Races

Kitzbühel, 19.01.2021 - 24.01.2021

The world's most notorious, dangerous, blood-curdling downhill racecourse for men, called the "Streif", is challenging an international roster of top athletes for an incredible weekend of ski racing each year.

Hahnenkamm (the name translates to "Rooster’s Comb"), a mountain in the ski resort town of Kitzbühel, is home to the world’s most notorious, dangerous, blood-curdling downhill racecourse for men, called the "Streif" (or the "Stripe"). It’s a wicked, twisting, insane snake of a run, one filled with blind drops, daredevil jumps, and unforgiving grade steeps, challenging an international roster of top athletes for an incredible weekend of downhill ski racing each year. In 2021, this legendary race will be held for the 81st time from January 16 to 24. Skiing the Hahnenkamm is a harrowing experience from start to finish. It is skiing’s ultimate test of guts for glory on the world’s most famous and feared ribbon of snow and ice. The slick, steep, twisty track propels the skiers up to speeds as fast as 140kph. The Mausefalle jump (‘Mousetrap’ in English), reached in just over eight seconds from the start, has a gradient of 85% and launches the racers 80 meters through the air. Fast and exciting, yes. Come see all the action and athleticism from the world’s best male ski racers, starting with the juniors on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the Super-G on Friday, the Downhill on Saturday and the Slalom on Ganslernhang Course on Sunday.

Kitzbühel is awash with fans, celebrities and sports stars during Hahnenkamm week. An outstanding festival atmosphere surrounds the venue, with the spotlight swinging to Kitzbühel’s bars and pubs in the evenings, featuring a variety of side events and parties—and attended by a huge number of celebrities.

The Hahnenkamm World Cup Race in Kitzbuehel, © Jürgen Klecha
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Dates

19.01.2021 - 24.01.2021

Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 11:30am: Men’s Downhill Training
Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 3:00pm: Longines Future Hahnenkamm Champions | Slalom Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 11:30am: Men’s Downhill Training
Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 09:30am: Longines Future Hahnenkamm Champions | Giant Slalom
Thursday, January 21, 2021, 11:30am: Final Men’s Downhill Training
Friday, January 22, 2021, 11:30am: HAHNENKAMM SUPER-G
Saturday, January 23, 2021, 11:30am: HAHNENKAMM DOWNHILL
Sunday, January 24, 2021, 10:30am, 1:30pm: HAHNENKAMM SLALOM

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Travelling by car, you can leave your vehicle at the spacious car parks in Oberndorf or Kirchberg. From there, free shuttle trains operated by the Austrian Federal Railways take visitors to the race area in Kitzbühel. The “ÖBB Hahnenkamm Combined Ticket” conveniently brings spectators to the Kitzbühel races, too. Learn More .

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Kitzbühel
6370 Kitzbühel

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