Junior World Cup competitions on tap for Olympic Park
Utah’s Olympic legacy venues in Park City will host hundreds of athletes from around the globe this winter for World Cup competitions.
Beginning Nov. 20 through Dec. 3, the Utah Olympic Park sliding track will host the FIL Junior Luge World Cup, followed with the IBSF North American Cup Dec. 4 through 16. These competitions feature the top junior athletes in luge and the best United States and Canadian bobsled and skeleton athletes.
The Utah Olympic Oval and “Fastest Ice on Earth” features back-to-back weekends in January of speed skating action. The ISU Four Continents Speed Skating Championships returns January 19 through 21 followed with ISU World Cup Speed Skating competition January 26 through 28, 2024. Both events are scheduled to feature Beijing 2022 Olympic gold medalist and Team USA skater Erin Jackson racing the best athletes from Canada, the Netherlands, China, Japan and more.
The crown jewel of the Utah winter competition season comes to Soldier Hollow Nordic Center March 1 through 10, 2024. The IBU World Cup Biathlon — hosted at Soldier Hollow for just the second time since the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games — features one of Europe’s most popular sports combining skiing and target shooting.
These events combine with dozens of local, collegiate and national competitions hosted at Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation venues throughout the winter.
For full information on all winter events at the Utah Olympic Park, Utah Olympic Oval and Soldier Hollow Nordic Center, visit UtahOlympicLegacy.org.
Volunteers are needed for each event to fill both general and technical roles. Visit this link for volunteer opportunity information.
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