On Friday the 29th and Saturday the 30th of November, 3Tre on Tour will arrive in La Spezia (Liguria) and Pietrasanta (Tuscany). Piero Gros and Ivano Edalini, 3Tre winners will join the caravan
The association of the Brenta Dolomites and the sea set off by the 3Tre, the Ski Area Campiglio Dolomiti and Madonna Di Campiglio will be brought to the light by the promotional tour of the Audi FIS Ski Alpine World Cup Night Slalom. Advancing to fascinating locations where Madonna di Campiglio is a common destination.
In view of the “slalom night” of Wednesday, January 8th - first run: 5.45 pm CET, second run: 8.45 pm CET - the 3Tre on Tour will visit La Spezia (Liguria), in the beautiful setting of the Gulf of Poets (Porto Lotti) and the iconic “Council Room” of Pietrasanta (Tuscany), on Friday, November 29th and Saturday 30th, sequentially.
La Spezia is a seaside location connected to the mountain and winter sports. Locals love to spend their winter holidays in Madonna di Campiglio. A passion that Sofia Funaro has turned into her lifestyle: last April, the athlete born in La Spezia has conquered the SuperG Italian title in the Children category. Sofia will be on the spotlights in La Spezia, together with the Italian ski legend Piero Gros, the two-time winner at 3Tre (1972 slalom, 1974 giant slalom).
The following day, 3Tre will arrive back in Pietrasanta, exactly one year later. The 3Tre Committee and the Madonna di Campiglio-Pinzolo-Val Rendena Tourism Board will be accompanied in Tuscany by another 3Tre winner, Ivano Edalini, first in the 1987 edition.
The connection between mountain and sea is stronger in Pietrasanta: consolidated by the Abetone mountain, not far away from the city. Pietrasanta’s fans can meet and greet three local champions - the hammer tower Nicola Vizzoni (silver medal at Sidney 2000 OG), the shooter Luca Testoni (silver medal at London 2012 OG) and Stefano Ticci, bronze medal in Bob at Lillehammer 94 OG.
Like the previous 3Tre on Tour stages, La Spezia and Pietrasanta will ensure great emotions thanks to the presence of the “crystal globe” – the trophy of the FIS Ski Alpine World Cup – and the historical heritage’s storytelling by Paolo Luconi Bisti.
Madonna di Campiglio is ready to host one of the most fascinating World Cup rounds. On Wednesday, January 8th, Marcel Hirscher will not be at the starting gate on the Canalone Miramonti, but all the best of World slalom are getting ready for the clash, starting by Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen, the winner of the first seasonal slalom in Levi (Finland), the defending champion Daniel Yule and Frenchman Clement Noel.