On Wednesday November 2nd, the famous Teatro Regio will be the unique location of a special night dedicated to the World Cup Classics. The 50 years of the FIS World Cup celebrated in Modena on Saturday October 29th
More than ever, the 2016 3Tre Tour matches sports and arts: after the debut in Rome at the exposition of sculptor Andrea Viviani, Madonna di Campiglio 3Tre’s promotional tour reaches an Internationally-famed opera theatre, the Teatro Regio in Parma.
On Wednesday November 2nd at 18.30, the theatre’s foyer will be the exclusive location of a special night dedicated to 3Tre, the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Night Slalom to take place on December 22nd on the iconic Canalone Miramonti slope in Madonna di Campiglio. Parma’s event has been organized in cooperation with the Parma’s FISI committee, guided by President Michele Bellino, and with Mario Stegagno.
A gathering of authorities, friends, VIP and ski lovers in the view of the event’s 63rd edition, and a charming journey through its history with exlclusive videos and photos: all of that will happen in the Teatro Regio night, at the presence of the last Italian 3Tre winner in the World Cup back in 2005, Giorgio Rocca.
“We are proud and grateful to the City of Parma for the opportunity of showing up in such a prestigious location, and in a city with long-time bonds to alpine skiing and to our territory – said 3Tre President Lorenzo Conci. “We hope to see a lot of old and new friends, and to welcome them again on December 22nd on the Canalone Miramonti, that we made bigger and better for our public this year.”
Last year, almost 16.000 fans took place on the Canalone Miramonti to see Norvegian talent Henrik Kristoffersen claim an emphatic win. In less than two months, the fans’ shout will be heard again in the heart in Madonna di Campiglio.
Meantime, on Saturday October 29th, 3Tre took part in a special celebration of the 50th anniversary of the FIS World Cup, organized by the Italian Winter Sports Federation at the Skipass exposition in Modena. At the presence of FIS Secretary General Sarah Lewis, of FISI President Flavio Roda and former Champion Deborah Compagnoni, some of the most memorable moments of the circuit’s history have been recalled, before leaving the floor to the Italian World Cup stages’ organizing committees. Italy is the Country with the most Alpine Skiing World Cup events in the current season, with no less than 12 races distributed in seven locations.