The White Thrill
Sunday, 21 April 2019
(in German Der Weisse Rausch)
The first competition of the challenging triathlon fascinates St. Anton’s winter athletes. The aim is to tame the "monster" Valluga.
Entry Fee: € 48,-*
incl. finishing present and pasta party
€ 5,- reduction for ski club Arlberg members (upon presentation of the membership card, Austria Ski Card, only)
*Please note: skipass is not included in the entry fee
Route: Valluga - Valfagehrjoch - Ulmerhütte - Moos - St. Anton, 9 km
Route Plan to Download: Route Plan - "Der Weisse Rausch" (please click here)
Interactive Route (click here)
Starting Groups: Ski Alpin, Snowboard, Telemark, Kurzski (up to 100 cm), Monoski
Starting Number Issues:
Saturday, 20 April 2019: 18.00 to 20.00 hrs in ARLBERG-well.com
Sunday, 21 April 2019: 08.30 to 13.00 hrs in ARLBERG-well.com
Please Note: That starting numbers have to be PERSONALLY collected by 12.00 hrs. The entry fee will be retained in the event of non-collection! Only 555 starting places will be assigned!
Pasta Party: Sunday, 21 April 2019 from 13.00 hrs onwards in the Galzigrestaurant
Start: Sunday, 21 April 2019 from 17.00 hrs onwards
The start will be blocked. You will be given more information at the starting number issue, although we already point out now that compliance with the ascent and the starting times is essential.
Please Note: We refer you to the fact that, due to the different slope conditions of the individual starting blocks (handicaps), the winner can only emerge from the 1st starting group. 15 "wildcards" will be issued for starters in the 2nd and 3rd starting groups. Crucial for a "wildcard" is the previous year’s result as well as the skiing career. "Wildcards" assigned by OK only and no objections may be raised.
Scoring Deadline: 18.30 hrs
17.00 hrs start
19.00 hrs award ceremony and "Weisser Rausch Party"
Prizes: The prize money of EUR 1,900.00 in total – will be shared among the winners of the individual starting groups. Cups are available for the first THREE in the group assessment.