Crans-Montana Awarded 2027 Alpine World Ski Championships


It was up against Narvik in Norway, Soldeu in Andorra and the German ski resort of Garmish-Partenkirchen.  NEW

Crans-Montana received 11 of the 18 votes as the International Ski Federation made its decision.

Narvik and Soldeu received three votes each with Garmish-Partenkirchen given one vote.

Crans-Montana held the event in 1987 and was the favourite to come out on top.

We reported on the battle earlier on PlanetSKI:

We will bring you further news and reaction shortly, plus updating which other resorts won the honour of hosting the events in Nordic, Ski Jumping, Snowboard Freestyle and Freeski.

Here is the video bid from Crans-Montana that outlines what the alpine world ski championships  will look like:

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Image c/o PlanetSKI

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