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Watch Here – Watch Marcialonga Story live on SC Play 

This weekend is Marcialonga time, but on Friday from 16:25 CET, you can enjoy the Italian atmosphere with the Marcialonga Story, an old-fashioned ski race. Watch the event live on SC Play.


The first time Marcialonga Story was organized was in 2013. It was a tribute to Marcialonga, celebrating the 40th edition of the legendary race.

“People thought it was a good and fun thing, and we decided to keep it,” says Davide Stoffie, Event Director of Marcialonga.

On SC Play, you can watch the event live, with a broadcast with English commentary. SC Play is included in the membership.




What makes the race special is that the participants are using old ski equipment, no skis made after 1976 are allowed, and bindings must be 75mm.

“Most participants bring their own equipment, but we can help with the equipment if needed.”

The clothing should also be contemporary with the equipment, and the skiers are given old-fashioned bib numbers. There will be a traditional Italian offer at the hydration stations, including hot wine. All to create the feeling of a bygone era.

The race starts at 16:30 CET on Friday, January 26. Participants will then ski about 11 kilometers from the start in Lago di Tesero to the finish in Predazzo. But this is no ordinary race; there is no timekeeping during the race, and there are no results lists afterward. However, the first to cross the finish line is celebrated.

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The race is open to everyone, with space for about 300 participants. The event has a wide age range; this year, the oldest participant is 92 years old, and the youngest is 20 years old. For those watching the race from home, a special experience awaits.

“It is a visit to the past; you feel the atmosphere of the old times. People are happy and enjoying skiing. Then there are a lot of broken poles and broken equipment. But we have people ready to help repair,” concludes Davide Stoffie.

You can watch the race live on SC Play, the streaming service available to members. Ski Classics commentator Teemu Virtanen and Enzo Macor, an expert from the Marcialonga organization, are guiding you through the race. 

Skiers at the finish of Marcialonga Story. Photo:
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