FIS-CIT Criterium Mondial 2018

From 25th of February to 2nd of March in St. Anton am Arlberg.
According to the rules of the FIS-CIT Arnold Lunn Worldcup.


Arnold Lunn, born in England, admired Mathias Zdarsky and his alpine ski techniques. He founded the “Kandahar Skiclub” in the year 1924 and organized the first Arlberg-Kandahar race in 1928 together with Hannes Schneider. A real Citizen-Racer won this race: Lisbeth Polland from Vienna (Downhill, Combination). Due to the new alpine ski technique, the ski events more and more took place in the alpine regions, also because of the amount of snow there. Racers from flat country and out of cities had of course disadvantages. Therefore, Arnold Lunn founded the so called “Citadin-races” in the 1930ies. This races got an official place in the FIS in the year 1963. Until today every year many FIS-CIT races take place and there is also a special Cup called “Arnold Lunn Worldcup”. Every two years the “FIS-CIT world criterion” takes place. About 600 racers out of about 40 countries participate every year at the CIT-cup-races.

Authorized at participiation

Competitors who are entered by a National Association FIS CIT License, affiliated to the FIS CIT are authorized to compete. The actual number of competitors per nation is according to the FIS CIT rules

General regulations

The competitions are realized according to the valid FIS-CIT rules. The organizing committee reserves the right to change the program in agreement with the jury.

Entrie fees

Slalom/Giant Slalom: € 20,- | Super-G: € 25,- | Downhill incl. Trainings: € 50,-

The organizer and the organizing commitee won’t take any responsibility to racer and third party. Please take attention to the regulations concerning equipment and advertisement. Protests have to be submitted referred to Art. 640 in the IWO