Madonna di Campiglio’s World Cup night slalom presented during the AS Roma’s summer training camp. Italian skier Stefano Gross, third last year on the Canalone Miramonti, invited Alessandro Florenzi and the “giallorossi” to live the show from the inside on December 22nd
The 64th edition of Madonna di Campiglio’s 3Tre, the iconic FIS World Cup night slalom of December 22nd, is still five months away, but the Italian event enjoyed its first massive showup on Monday July 10th. For once, no boots, wind jackets an wool hats. Only scarves, but strictly in yellow and red colors.
The AS Roma summer training camp in Pinzolo offered to 3Tre the opportunity for the first public moment of the year: the team managed by Eusebio Di Francesco has been working in Val Rendena since Saturday July 7th, finding ideal conditions to kick off a new season packed with ambitions.
On Monday night, 3Tre took the stage in Pinzolo, joined by a special guest. Stefano Gross, the Italian slalom specialist, third placed in Madonna di Campiglio in 2016 (first Italian podium on the Canalone Miramonti since Giorgio Rocca’s success in 2005) has come back to Val Rendena to tell about his magic night, and to welcome on the stage As Roma’s midfielder Alessandro Florenzi along with former Campiglio-born skier Paolo Pangrazzi.
Gross and Pangrazzi officially invited Florenzi and the whole team and fans to live the experience of the December 22nd slalom in Madonna di Campiglio: this year, 3Tre celebrates 30 years of Alberto Tomba’s first success on the Canalone Miramonti, in 1987.
Florenzi received from Gross and Pangrazzi a special pair of skis, colored in yellow and red colors and customized with the 3Tre Logo.