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Olympia delle Tofane

Olympia delle Tofane

With its breathtaking views and over 100 World Cup races held on its slopes, the Olimpia delle Tofane is a legendary track that owes its name to the fact that it served as the venue for the men’s Downhill during the 1956 Cortina Games. The race was won by a 20-year-old Austrian, Toni Sailer, a great protagonist of that edition with three gold medals and one of the greatest alpine skiers. Since 1993, Olimpia delle Tofane has been the venue for women’s alpine skiing World Cup races. Olimpia delle Tofane will host the women’s alpine skiing competitions from February 7, 2026, starting with the Downhill.

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Cortina Sliding Centre

Cortina Sliding Centre

The Eugenio Monti Olympic track is a bobsleigh and skeleton track located in Cortina.
It is named after Eugenio Monti, who won six bobsleigh medals at the Winter Olympic Games between 1957 and 1968 and ten medals at the World Championships.
It has a capacity of 5,500 for enthusiastic and non-enthusiastic spectators to witness the spectacular races in Bobsleigh, Skeleton, and Luge.
The first race scheduled on this track is the Luge and will occur on February 7, 2026.

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Cortina Olympic Stadium

Cortina Olympic Stadium

The Olympic Ice Stadium in Cortina, an emblem of the 1956 Olympics, the first to be broadcast on TV and to see a woman, Giuliana Minuzzo, taking the Olympic Oath for the first time. It was then a venue for the 2010 World Curling Championship.
Competitive activities, such as figure skating and hockey, and the related Championships, are also held on the ice rink, waiting to be the once again protagonist of the Winter Olympic Games Milano Cortina 2026. The first competition is scheduled for February 4, 2026.