Adrenalin Cup Sölden
Unique Action-Packed Competition for Everyone
The name says it all: at the Adrenalin Cup ambitious winter athletes compete in 8 exciting disciplines spread over the entire Sölden ski area all winter long. Anyone can participate, for holders of a valid skipass it is free of charge.
Adrenalin Cup Status Report
|Adrenalin Cup Riesenslalom (BMW xDrive)|
|Adrenalin Cup Speed (BMW xDrive)|
|Adrenalin Cup Mix Race|
|Adrenalin Cup Freeride|
|Adrenalin Cup Carving|
|Adrenalin Cup Flug|
|Adrenalin Cup Slalom|
|Adrenalin Cup BIG3 Fotorallye|
What is the Adrenalin Cup and how does it work?
First of all, you don't have to be an expert skier or snowboarder as the Adrenalin Cup is the place to be for fun in the snow and pulsating action. You can try all 8 disciplines as often as you like. In every competition only the best run counts and you can earn points.
The more disciplines are completed and the more points are collected, the better it is for your overall ranking. There is a final ranking every month and also at the end of the season.
How to become part of the Adrenalin Cup Community
AC - ready, steady, off you go!
Look forward to a top-notch winter adventure. The thrilling Adrenalin Cup is a truly unique and holistic snow sports adventure including 8 different disciplines.
Technique and speed are required to conquer the race course successfully and to reach the top of the leaderboard. The Adrenalin Cup Giant Slalom is held on the BMWxDrive track at Giggijoch.
Location: directly at Giggijoch, accessible by C36 + C37 mountain lifts
Very short distances between the single gates require quick changes of direction and small radii. Although the Adrenalin Cup Slalom race track is shorter than a World Cup course it's as steep as those for top athletes.
Location: directly at the middle station of Gaislachkogl gondola (A10)
In addition to unlimited riding fun you should also focus on the best skiing technique and the race time. Gates and flags posted on the course must be passed correctly while speed, excellent ski control and a bit of skill promise a clear race.
Location: directly at A13 mountain lift, accessible via A14
Different Alpine disciplines and obstacles on a single race track: you can look forward to slalom poles, steep turns and a ski jump in the finish area. Are you fast, do you have the right technique and are you brave enough to conquer the course?
Location: at Giggijoch next to the Fun Slope, accessible via C36 mountain lift
In squatting position - now only speed counts. Neither slalom poles nor gates but the highest possible speed. This competition is held on the BMWxDrive Speed track. Your speed is measured by a sensor and your performance immortalized by an action-filled speed photo.
Location: directly at Giggijoch, accessible via C36 + C37 mountain lifts
With enough courage and willpower you can jump over the horizontal hill. The landing area is divided into four zones in terms of distance. The main aim is to jump as far as possible. Tip: At the end of the jumping platform you should push yourself away with your feet and thus maximize the jump distance - just like the pros.
Location: at Heidebahn (A13), accessible via A14 mountain lift
Off the groomed slopes you will soon find out if you have your skis or board under control. Choose your favorite route between the panels positioned on the track and let them guide you to the finish line. Your time counts!
Location: Piste 11, via 4SK Hainbachkar + Silberbrünnl, 6SK Langegg
During the safari that takes you across the entire ski area (based on the famous BIG 3 Rally), automatic pictures are taken in the most beautiful vantage points. Reach all 4 photo points with 11 mountain lift rides in one day (order of your choice) and collect points.
- Restaurant Schwarzkogl
- Top station 8UB Schwarze Schneid II
- Top station 8UB Tiefebachferner
- Gaislachkogl Restaurant Powder Q
|C30 10EUB Giggijoch|
|C35 4SK Silberbrünnl|
|D51 4SK Einzeiger|
|D53 8EUB Gletscherexpress|
|E61 8EUB Schwarze Schneid I|
|E62 8EUB Schwarze Schneid II|
|E66 8EUB Tiefenbachferner|
|E65 6SK Seiterkar|
|A10 8EUB Gaislachkogl I|
|A11 3S Gaislachkogl II|
|A14 6SK Wasserkar|
All 8 disciplines are measured electronically. Depending on the discipline, we will automatically film you on action videos or take cool fun photos of your performance. All scores, race times, videos and photos can be viewed, shared with friends or compared by entering your skipass number here.
Time scoring system
In the Giant Slalom | Slalom | Carving | Freeride | Mix Race disciplines points are scored through a certain time ranking system: the fastest (according to time keeping system) qualified run per day receives 1000 gross points, the slowest qualified run gets 100 gross points. The points of all other runs are scored in a linearly interpolated way.
Jump length scoring system
In the flight discipline points are scored through the ranking of jump lengths. There are 4 jump distance zones. For each zone reached you get the corresponding amount of gross points:
|Jump Length||Gross Points|
|0 - 3 metres||250|
|3 - 6 metres||500|
|6 - 9 metres||750|
Speed scoring system
In the speed discipline points are scored through a certain speed ranking system: the fastest (according to time keeping system) qualified run per day receives 1000 gross points, the slowest qualified run gets 100 gross points. The points of all other runs are scored in a linearly interpolated way.
BIG 3 Photo Rally scoring system
You can collect points depending on the number of photos and ski lifts you and all other participants have taken on one day. A tailor-made handicap (age, gender) is calculated for your personal score.
The calculated gross value is converted into a net value by using a certain handicap scoring system. The handicap of a person strongly depends on the age and gender by calculating bonus points for athletes. These bonus points depend on how high the handicap is and on the exact ranking position. The handicap influences on the last place at a maximum and decreases towards the first places until it no longer has an effect on the number 1. Thus, the advantage of athletes with a high handicap in the first places is less to no longer available compared to those in the last places.
A run is qualified for the point scoring system and the overall ranking if: