June 11, 2021 Update
Alpine skiing or downhill skiing is known as the crown jewel of the Winter Olympics. The National Alpine Skiing Center is located in the northwest of Yanqing District, Beijing. It will be used as an alpine skiing venue. It is 8 kilometers away from the Olympic Village. It takes 10 minutes to drive. The venue provides 8,000 spectator seats.
Relying on the natural shape of Xiaohaituo Mountain, the National Alpine Ski Center will plan to build 7 ski trails with a total length of 21 kilometers and a drop of about 800 meters. It is also one of the most difficult venues in the world. During the game, there will be competitions such as downhill, super giant slalom, giant slalom, and slalom.
Feb. 6: M Downhill 11:00-13:30
Feb. 7: W Giant SlalomRun 1 10:15-11:55; Run 2 13:45-15:50
Feb. 8: M Super-G11:00-13:25
Feb. 9: W SlalomRun 1 10:15-11:50; Run 2 13:45-15:40
Feb. 10: M Alpine Combined Downhill segment 10:30-12:45; M Alpine CombinedSlalom segment 14:15-16:10
Feb. 11: W Super-G 11:00-13:20
Feb. 13: M Giant Slalom Run 1 10:15-12:15, Run 2 13:45-16:00
Feb. 15: W Downhill 11:00-13:10
Feb. 16: M SlalomRun 1 10:15-12:10, Run 2 13:45-15:50
Feb. 17: W Alpine Combined Downhill segment 10:30-12:00, W Alpine Combined Slalom segment 14:00-15:30
Feb. 19: Team Event 11:00-13:10
*For a complete and official schedule published by the Olympics Committee, please contact us.
The latest (the 9th) version of the schedule was released on June 11, 2021, following approval by the International Olympic Committee and is still subject to change. Follow us on Facebook and receive alerts of the updates once the future edition is published.