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Killington World Cup Races Cancelled
This season's North American races have been moved to Europe.
Thursday, August 20, 2020, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com

Killington World Cup


In yet another sign that the 2020-21 ski season will be different, Killington announced today that its November World Cup races have been cancelled. Due to COVID-19, World Cup races will be held in Europe only this season.

Killington hosted its first November World Cup race in 2016, using its massive snowmaking system to build a deep base on Superstar. The base in turn facilitated the return of June skiing at the resort.

Reigning champion Mikaela Shiffrin posted a video about the cancellation today, stating that Killington has become her favorite race and that, "when we can come back, it's going to be that much sweeter."



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