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St Anton hosts Radio 7 Snow Cup

St Anton hosts Radio 7 Snow Cup If you're thinking about taking a ski holiday in St Anton this ski season, then the first week of December could well be the time of year for you.

That is because from December 1st to December 3rd 2006, the Austrian ski resort of St Anton plays host to the Radio 7 Snow Cup, an exciting event that is sure to dazzle spectators with the sheer quality of the competition.

Before the racing starts, the drama and tension builds as the skiers predict what time they will finish the course in.

The racers then attempt to finish as close to the time as possible, which all makes for some very competitive and thrilling action, a highlight of any ski holiday in St Anton.

However, the Radio 7 Snow Cup is not just about the races themselves, as music and parties being a true winter sports festival feel to the event.

It's another great reason to choose ski holidays in St Anton for your time on the slopes this ski season.


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