Ski de fond Guillaume Rochat

OPA Games & Continental Cup

Mar 2, 2019 - Mar 3, 2019
- Sports

Dans le cadre d'un "Test Event" préparatoire aux Jeux Olympiques de la Jeunesse, les courses de ski de fond « OPA Games » du 2 et 3 mars 2019 ont été attribuées à la Vallée de Joux !

The OPA Games cross-country ski competitions are a test runs taking place on March 2 and 3, 2019 in the perspective of the Youth Olympic Games.

This event consists of two FIS competitions, a Continental Cup for seniors and sportspeople of under 20 years (U20) as well as the OPA Games for the categories of under 18 years (U18) and under 16 years (U16).
These competitions are organised by OPA (Organisation of Alpine Countries), an organisation bringing together ten Central European countries.
Swiss-Ski will recognise these competitions as a Swiss Cup, thereby making them accessible to regional competitors too.

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OPA Games

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