On November 22, 2023

U.S. to host 11 World Cups this season, the most ever


FIS has scheduled 11 FIS World Cup races in the U.S. for the 2023-24 season—the most World Cups hosted in U.S. history.

The U.S. World Cup circuit begins in November and goes through early March, spanning coast to coast with four Alpine events, one Cross-Country, three Freeski and Snowboard events, two Freestyle, and one Ski Jumping. 

The U.S. circuit kicks off at the Killington Cup, Nov. 25-26 and will return to the Northeast two more times with races in New York and freestyle in New Hampshire. The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup circuit will head to Lake Placid, New York, for the second time since 1990, Feb. 9-12. The event will feature two men’s individual competitions and a team event. Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, known as the birthplace of freestyle skiing, will host World Cup moguls and dual moguls Jan. 26-27—the mountain’s first freestyle World Cup in its history.

Also, a new location for a World Cup race, Minneapolis, Minnesota, will host the first cross-country World Cup in the states in more than 20 years.

“We are so excited to have such a robust lineup of World Cups in the United States this season. We broke records when we announced nine World Cups last season, and having 11 this season shows our commitment to bringing elite skiing and snowboarding competition to the states to inspire audiences from coast to coast,” said President and CEO of U.S. Ski & Snowboard Sophie Goldschmidt.


Nov. 25-26, 2023: Stifel Killington Cup; Alpine women’s Giant Slalom and Slalom

Dec. 1-3, 2023: Xfinity Birds of Prey, Beaver Creek, Colorado; Alpine men’s Super-G and Downhill

Dec. 13-16, 2023: Toyota U.S. Grand Prix, Copper Mountain, Colorado; freeski and snowboard halfpipe

Dec. 13-16, 2023: Visa Big Air by Toyota, Copper Mountain, Colorado; freeski and snowboard big air

Jan. 26-27, 2024: Freestyle World Cup, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire; freesytle moguls and dual moguls

Jan. 31- Feb. 3, 2024: Toyota U.S. Grand Prix, Mammoth Mountain, California; freeski and snowboard slopestyle and halfpipe

Feb. 1-3: Intermountain Health Freestyle, Deer Valley, Utah; freestyle aerials, moguls and dual moguls

Feb. 9-12: FIS Ski Jumping World Cup, Lake Placid, New York; ski jumping large hill and super team large hill

Feb. 17-19, 2024: Loppet Cup by Stifel, Minneapolis, Minnesota; cross country sprint and distance

Feb. 24-25, 2024: Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, Olympic Valley, California; Alpine men’s Slalom and Giant Slalom

March 2-3, 2024: Stifel Winternational by United, Aspen, Colorado; Alpine men’s Slalom and Giant Slalom

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