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Bansko to debut as World Cup host

Over the next couple of days, Bansko is set to celebrate its debut as a World Cup host organising races for both, the alpine snowboard World Cup tour as well as the snowboard cross World Cup series. Known as one of the biggest resorts of the country, Bansko will become the second venue in Bulgaria to host a snowboard World Cup since Sofa 2007 (Big Air).

While the carving specialists will compete in two parallel giant slaloms slated to take place on February 3 and 5 on the Alberto Tomba slope, the 2016-17 season's sole sprint snowboard cross will be staged on February 4 with the qualifers scheduled for February 2.


Alexandra Jekova and Stian Sivertzen with best times

Just like two days ago, also the time trials for boarder cross #2 in Valmalenco were held in sunny conditions. Due to windless conditions, the qualifiers for the last race of the season went pretty smooth.


Ledecka and Yankov celebrate perfect season start

Ester Ledecka (CZE) and Radoslav Yankov (BUL) claimed victory in this season's first parallel giant slalom on the FIS alpine snowboard World Cup tour which in Carezza (ITA) today.


Loccoz and Haemmerle win Montafon in photo finishes

The season's first FIS World Cup snowboard cross race in Montafon (AUT) lived up to expectations delivering great passes, tight manoeuvers and plenty of exciting photo finish decisions.


Welcome to Bansko

Once you visit this fantastic resort, you ’ll be willing to come back, again and again, as Bansko offers only the best and your pleasure here is guaranteed .

Bansko can be astoundingly diverse and cater for all tastes – from modern age buffs to admirers of the authentic. The town has preserved its ancient cobbled streets and houses, some of which date back to a hundred years. This is where Bansko’s unique charm stems from. The houses look like monasteries with their high stonewalls and small shuttered windows. The real Bulgarian spirit is hidden behind fortified walls and heavy gates in spacious rooms with woodcarved ceilings and doors, hand-woven carpets and embroidered cushions, in the murals, icons and the fine iconostasis of the Saint Trinity church.