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Speed skiing in Verbier

Speed skiing in Verbier Verbier ski holidays are set to be stimulated by a world renowned speed skiing competition.

The FIS Speed Skiing World Cup Finals will take place in the stunning resort from April 16th-19th, captivating spectators with top-class performances from some of the sports' most celebrated competitors.

Taking place on steep kilometre-long courses, speed skiing is an awesome spectacle.

Participants are measured by their ability to combine control with a fearless approach to fast activity - this sport is not for the faint-hearted.

Organiser and competitor Philippe May - one of the five men to meet the challenge of skiing over 250 km per hour - will be among the celebrated sportspeople participating in the event.

Ski holidays in Verbier are both classic and innovative, matching top facilities with a sophisticated Swiss atmosphere.

Now, the famed resort will showcase its attractions to the top names in speed skiing, not to mention crowds of delighted spectators.

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