- Am 01.04.2020
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Mountain enthusiasts, cross-border athletes, endurance aficionados and, for the first time in 2019, “alpine ibexes" convene in St. Anton am Arlberg during the warm season. An array of summer sports events have established themselves against the striking alpine backdrop of this Austrian “global village". The competitions are almost always fast-paced and arduous - whether on two wheels or on foot. More relaxed conditions also lure less ambitious or very young participants to the start-lines. Equally welcome are those who just prefer to come and savour the pleasant Tyrolean mountain air as a spectator.
The starting pistol for the 17th “Montafon-Arlberg-Sparkassen-Marathon“ will be fired in St. Anton am Arlberg on 29th June. Approximately 600 participants particularly appreciate the challenging run for its scenic route, with 42 kilometres (1,250 metres in elevation difference) leading mostly through alpine forest and hiking trails. The route will be run in reverse order from St. Anton to Silbertal and Montafon for the first time in 2019. The highest point is the provincial border between Vorarlberg and Tyrol at 1,945 metres. In addition to the supreme discipline, hobby athletes can also complete the shorter T33 Trail or the Panorama Run for beginners (17 kilometres) on the same day. Juniors compete in five age groups on the children's trail.
In contrast to conventional triathlons, the three disciplines of the "Arlberg Eagle" in St. Anton am Arlberg are spaced over four months. The prelude to this worldwide unique mountain triathlon is the iconic ”White Thrill“ event on 21st April 2019 - a crazy spectacle for participants and spectators alike. Competitors then have to maintain fitness levels until 27th July, when the next discipline, the ”Arlberg Jakobi Run” (ca 21 kilometres) is on the cards. Shorter distances apply for the easier triathlon variant, the “Arlberg Marmot,”, which is held on the same dates: the "Fit & Fun" section of the Jakobi Run is eight and a half kilometres long. The third part of the "Arlberg Eagle" trilogy is the "Arlberg Bike Marathon" on 24th August 2019.
150 kilometres and 2,500 metres of altitude difference on high alpine mountain roads - around 1,500 athletes will need an iron will to defy the odds in dry heat, dusty air, stormy wind or constant rainfall, depending on which weather conditions prevail during the “Arlberg Giro” on 4th August. This punishing road bike tour, which is marked this year by the element of fire, leads from St. Anton over the Arlberg Pass to Bludenz, through Montafon, over the winding Silvretta High Alpine Road and back to St. Anton am Arlberg via Paznauntal. On the eve of the race, interested spectators can also watch the “International Cycle Criterion”, when top-notch pros race 30 laps through the narrow streets of St. Anton. The criterion is among the fastest in all of Austria.
The high alpine terrain of St. Anton am Arlberg is equipped with everything you need for a challenging bike marathon: demanding ascents, varied routes and trails, as well as motivating views that amply reward all the exertion. 35 kilometres (1,322 metres in elevation) must be overcome during the “Arlberg Bike Marathon” on 24th August, after the starting pistol is fired at 10 hrs in the pedestrian zone. Some participants will not only be competing for victory on the day, but vying for the much coveted ”Arlberg Eagle“ winner’s trophy - because the Arlberg Bike Marathon is also the final discipline of this legendary mountain triathlon. The less arduous "Arlberg Marmot" variant is called the "Bike Classic" and covers 20 kilometres.
New: Calling all intrepid contenders! The "Arlberg Steinbock Challenge" takes place for the first time in St. Anton am Arlberg on 24th August. Mountain bike aficionados have 57 kilometres (2,500 metres in altitude difference) to surmount between the village centre, St. Jakob, Verwallsee and Moostal in this hardcore competition, where the name is in fact the game, as “Steinbock” means alpine ibex in English. There is also a category for e-bikers.
A stage of probably the hardest alpine crossing in Europe takes several hundred teams of two from Lech to Landeck in Tyrol via the stage destination of St. Anton am Arlberg on the 1st and 2nd September. The entire high-alpine-trail-run extends from Oberstdorf in Allgäu to Sulden at Mount Ortler in South Tyrol, covering 260 kilometres and 16,000 metres in altitude difference, over eight stages and four countries. The Gore-Tex Transalpine-Run is considered to be one of the world's most gruelling multi-day races, whose arduous challenge attracts ambitious mountain and marathon runners.
Tourismusverband St. Anton am Arlberg
6580 St. Anton am Arlberg
Tel.: +43 5446 2269-26
Press release: https://presse.tirol.at/en/st-anton-am-arlberg-sporty-summer-2019/pr1194577
Prominente Gäste gehören in Lech und Zürs seit Jahren zum Stammpublikum. Die Vertreter der einzelnen Königshäuser geben sich von Dezember bis April sozusagen „die Klinke in die Hand“. Den größten Rummel gab es aber noch jedes Jahr um die britische Prinzessin Diana. Sobald bekannt wird, daß sie am Arlberg eintrifft, wird Lech zum Treffpunkt sämtlicher Paparazzis der internationalen Szene.
The hardy, brave, inquisitive and their supporters will gather again on 25th April 2020 for what is probably the most legendary downhill race in the Alps. “The White Thrill” presents a Herculean task for its contenders, when 555 skiers, snowboarders and telemark enthusiasts from all over the world hurtle simultaneously down to the valley after the mass start from Valluga Ridge.