Seefeld Arena

Located approximately 20km west of Innsbruck, the municipality of Seefeld, together with the nearby villages of Leutasch, Scharnitz, Mösern and Reith, offers top recreational and sports facilities during both summer and winter. A 266km network of cross-country trails, two ski jumps newly constructed in the 2010/2011 season and state-of-the-art biathlon facilities mean the Seefeld Nordic Centre is the perfect location for the Nordic events of the International Children´s Winter Games 2016.

The Olympic region of Seefeld also has a proud sporting history. The municipality of Seefeld has already hosted Olympic sports events on three separate occasions: during the Winter Olympic Games in 1964 and 1976 and during the 1st Winter Youth Olympic Games in 2012.

Seefeld was also the first place to host independent Nordic Ski World Championships, in the winter of 1985. Up until then, the Olympic champion had also held the title of world champion in the Nordic disciplines.

Over the past ten years, Seefeld has cemented its role as a central part of the Nordic Combined World Cup and was selected to host the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in 2019.

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What's on?
13
Wednesday
January
Cross-Country Skiing
10:00
Classic Girls
Startlist
Results
10:00
Classic Boys
Startlist
Results
Bi­ath­lon
14:00
Sprint Boys
Startlist
Results
14:00
Sprint Girls
Startlist
Results
14
Thursday
January
Cross-Country Skiing
09:30
Sprint Girls
Startlist
Results
09:30
Sprint Boys
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Results
Bi­ath­lon
13:00
Elimination Sprint Girls
Startlist
Results
13:00
Elimination Sprint Boys
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Results
15
Friday
January
Cross-Country Skiing
10:00
Relay Mixed Team
Startlist
Results
Bi­ath­lon
12:30
Relay Mixed Team
Startlist
Results

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