FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo (JPN) from 22nd February ? 4th March, 2007, the three Nordic disciplines will also be held together at the Lahti Ski Games (FIN) from 9th-11th March and at the Holmenkollen Ski Festival (NOR) from 17th-18th March. Oslo will host the season finals for Nordic Combined while the Ski Jumping season will culminate on the Ski Flying hill of Planica (SLO) on 24th-25th March and the Cross-Country skiers end their season in Falun (SWE) on 24th-25th March
Audi Alpine FIS World Cups, the season will start, for the seventh time, with the ladies' and men's giant slalom on the glacier in Sölden (AUT) on 28th-29th October. The season sees an innovation by continuing after just a two-week break with slalom competitions at Levi (FIN), which will also be the first-ever men?s World Cup race in Finland. The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled in Åre (SWE) from 3rd - 18th February. All in all, both the ladies? and men?s tours will include 17 venues on two continents. Like in 2004/05, the 2006/07 season finals will be held at Lenzerheide (SUI) from 14th ? 18th March, 2007.
Snowboard FIS World Cup will also launch with the traditional South American Season Opening in Valle Nevado (CHI) scheduled for 14th -17th September 2006. This season, the spectacular city Big Airs will be held in Prague (CZE), Stockholm (SWE), Klagenfurt (AUT) and Winterberg (GER). The Snowboard circuit will again tour the world: after the Snowboard FIS World Championships in Arosa (SUI) from 13th ? 20th January, 2007, and the rest of the European tour, it will move to Korea and Japan at the end of February before closing the season off in North America, where Quebec (CAN) will host the finals from 15th -18th March.