Madonna di Campiglio hosts end of competition
According to Gian Franco Casper, FIS President, spectators on ski holidays in Madonna di Campiglio have enjoyed "high quality competitions in beautiful spring conditions".
Norway won the medals ranking, leaving the competition with 19, of which seven were gold, four silver and eight bronze.
Austria came second with 15 medals, while Finland took third place with ten.
"It is always a very special atmosphere in Italy", said Joseph T Fitzgerald, FIS Freestyle Coordinator, echoing the sentiments of those on ski holidays in Madonna di Campiglio.
Located in the Brenta Dolomites in Trentino, the resort is one of Italy's most popular. Visitors are awed by the regions dramatic mountains, as well as the nearby Nardis waterfall.
As anyone who has ever been on a ski holiday in Madonna di Campiglio will know, the resort is the ideal place to end the riveting and dynamic experience that has been the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships.
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