Sporting excitement

When the world’s best biathletes compete in six races, just get ready for goosebumps. The Biathlon family awaits you with electrifying competitions and big emotions!

Competition Program 2023

Schedule
Date and starting times of all competitions
Information on the competitions
Date and starting times of all competitions
Competition day
Thursday, 19.01.2023
Friday, 20.01.2023
Saturday, 21.01.2023
Sunday, 22.01.2023
Starting time
Thursday, 19.01.2023
14:30
Friday, 20.01.2023
14:30
Saturday, 21.01.2023
13:00 & 15:00
Sunday, 22.01.2023
11:45 & 14:30
Competition
Thursday, 19.01.2023
Sprint women
Friday, 20.01.2023
Sprint men
Saturday, 21.01.2023
Pursuit women & men
Sunday, 22.01.2023
Relay women & men

The detailed program at a glance

19.01.2023
20.01.2023
21.01.2023
21.01.2023
22.01.2023
22.01.2023

Course Map

Take a look at the detailed map and get an insight into the exact course layout of the various World Cup competitions.

2,0 KM: Relay w
2,5 KM: Mass Start w - Relay m
3,0 KM: Individual w - Mass Start m
4,0 KM: Individual m
Course map
Course map
Course map

Stadium plan

The biathlon stadium Südtirol Arena Alto Adige, located at the end of the Antholz valley at 1.600 meters above sea level, is the highest competition venue in the IBU World Cup Circus. Nestled between imposing mountains and perfectly adapted to the landscape, the grandstand in the stadium offers space for around 15,000 fans. While the seats and the L-area are fixed grandstands, the M-area is set up especially for the event. On the course area located directly at the famous Huber Alm, numerous fans follow the exciting competitions.
Stadium Plan
Stadium Plan
Stadium Plan
An at-a-glance view of the biathlon centre

Useful information

Find out everything you need to know about the World Cup. Let us show you the impressive Südtirol Arena, where the exciting competitions are held, and present the all-round programme in more detail.