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Season XVI heads to Südirol, Italy, after Christmas and New Year

Ski Classics Season XVI returns after Christmas and New Year’s break with Event 3, the 3 Zinnen Ski-Marathon, from Sexten to Niederdorf.

Photo: Reichert/NordicFocus

On Saturday, January 11, the 3 Zinnen Ski-Marathon starts 2025 and takes center stage as the third Pro Tour event of Season XVI. 

Following the resounding success of the previous season and earning a prestigious top 2 spot at the coveted ‘Event of the Season’ award, the 60-kilometer long-distance race once again secures its place within the Ski Classics Pro Tour. 

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Also Read: Event of the Season XV

Self-titled the longest and hardest ski race amidst the stunning Drei Zinnen Dolomites (Three Peaks in the Dolomites), the 3 Zinnen Ski-Marathon promises, for another year, a challenging course combined with breathtaking scenery.

“Following the Christmas and New Year’s break, we head to Südtirol, Italy, to relish the magnificent scenery and ambiance. Athletes will tackle a varied 60-kilometer course with the 3 Zinnen in the background scenery creating a marvellous adventure for professional as well as recreational skiers,” says Ski Classics Event Director Theresa Fugger.

3 Zinnen Ski-Marathon – Ski Classics Pro Tour – Event 3

  • Date: Saturday, January 11, 2025
  • Place: Sexten, Italy
  • Distance: 60km
  • Time: 08:50 – 12:25 CET
  • Highest Point: 1550m
  • Elevation Gain: 783m
  • Last Edition Winners: Ida Dahl (2:46:48.2) and Andreas Nygaard (2:24:13.7)
  • SC Play: 3 Zinnen Ski-Marathon

More information about the 3 Zinnen Ski-Marathon can be found HERE

3 Zinnen Ski Marathon. Photo: Vanzetta/NordicFocus

Dolomites

Captivating spectators and athletes alike, the Dolomites proudly hold the status of a UNESCO World Heritage site, renowned for their stunning beauty and ranking amongst the world’s most enchanting mountain landscapes. 

The allure of these majestic peaks lies in their distinct vertical formations, ranging from striking pinnacles and towers to spires, all harmoniously neighboring a backdrop of horizontal surfaces, including ledges, crags, and plateaus. The Dolomites create a captivating spectacle by rising abruptly above expansive talus deposits and gentle foothills. 

For the third event of Season XVI, expect many thrilling battles on the tracks and some splendid drama as the Pro Team athletes fight for glory in early January.

Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XVI (2024/2025)

  • Event 0: December 13, 2024 -Ski Classics Pro Team Presentation XVI – Bad Gastein, Austria
  • Event 1: December 14, 2024 – Bad Gastein ITT – Sportgastein, Austria, 7km
  • Event 2: December 15, 2024 – Bad Gastein Criterium – Sportgastein, Austria, 36km
  • Event 3: January 11, 2025 – 3 Zinnen Ski-Marathon – Sexten, Südtirol, Italy, 60km
  • Event 4: Release May 28, 18:30 CET
  • Event 5: Release May 29, 12:00 CET
  • Event 6: Release May 30, 12:00 CET
  • Event 7: Release May 31, 12:00 CET
  • Event 8: Release June 1, 12:00 CET
  • Event 9: Release June 1, 18:30 CET
  • Event 10: Release June 2, 12:00 CET
  • Event 11: Release June 3, 12:00 CET
  • Event 12: Release June 4, 12:00 CET
  • Event 13: Release June 5, 12:00 CET
  • Event 14: Release June 5, 18:30 CET
  • Full Calendar Release: June 6, 12:00 CET

The Season XVI of Ski Classics Pro Tour consists of 14 events on 10 event weekends in 6 different countries. The season starts on December 13, 2024, and ends on March 30, 2025, at (to be revealed)… 

For more updates and detailed information about the Ski Classics Pro Tour, make sure to visit skiclassics.com.

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