Organizers of both venues decided to launch "Dolomiti Super Trophy", its very own "combination" competition. Participating athletes have to start in at least three of the four races and final rankings are based on one valid racing result for each venue. Winner is the athlete who has achieved the best placing in both venues. There is only one winner and a winning prize of Euro 25,000.
Prize money 25.000,00 Euro
December, 15 2006 Super G
December, 16 2006 Downhill
December, 17 2006 Giant Slalom
December, 18 2006 Slalom
1. The combination Dolomiti Super Trophy will reflect the FIS World Cup races in Val Gardena and Alta Badia.
2. Athletes will have to participate in at least three of the four races scheduled in order to be included in the rankings for the combination and only athletes who will have at least one valid run in each of the two venues will be admitted to the final ranking.
3. The best result from each of the two separate venues will be considered for the final ranking.
4. The score
o The score will be determined by the sum of the number of the placings (e.g., 3rd place DH; 2nd place GS: total score of 3 + 2 = 5); the winner is the athlete with the lowest score
o In case of a tie, the winner will be the one with a lower placing in any one event (e.g., athlete A: 5th place DH; 2nd place GS: total score 5 + 2 = 7); athlete B: 6th place HD; 1st place GS: total score 6 + 1 = 7; winner is athlete B)
o In case of a remaining tie, the best ranking in the third race will determine the winner
5. Only the winner will be awarded the prize
6. Prize: Euro 25,000
7. Prize Ceremony will take place in Alta Badia at the arrival arena after the slalom on Monday, December 18, 2006.