The end of the FIS Calendar Meetings in Dubrovnik provided a perfect chance to talk to the Alpine Chief Race Directors about how the meetings went, which decisions they consider to be the most relevant for the future of the sport and what are their plans between now and the season opening race in Soelden.
After 23 years with FIS Guenter Hujara will step down as Men’s Alpine Chief Race Director at the end of the 2013/14 season.
The FIS Council held its Spring Meeting at the Hotel Croatia in Cavtat-Dubrovnik (CRO) on Monday 10th June 2013 and dealt with a full agenda. Here are the main decisions that were taken.
Atle Skaardal and Guenter Hujara, FIS Chief Race Directors for Alpine Skiing, took a moment to evaluate the past season.
Apart from breaking Herman Maier’s record 2000 points in a single season, the Slovenian also broke the Austrian’s record prize money earning.
Ramona Siebenhofer from Austria and Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde were crowned Overall Europa Cup winners.
The first World Cup globe was produced in 1987 and the prestigious trophies have ever since been manufactured solely for the International Ski Federation.