Your Weekly Highlights

26 February - 3 March

Monday begins in Taipei City where the next generation of figure skaters compete in the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships until the end of the week. Sweden's Mora is a major fixture on the calendar of the Worldloppet Ski Federation. Having already completed a gold-label race on Sunday, we have three further events to look out for during the week. Monday's race is over 90km. Carom billiards comes to the city of Bogotá where the next Union Mondiale de Billard World Cup will take place. 

Austria's Hopfgarten becomes the main location for the next FIS Para Slalom World Cup beginning on Tuesday. Remaining with para sports, Colere in Italy's Lombardy region will look after para snowboarders during the FIS Banked Snowboard and Snowboard Cross World Cup. Las Vegas will this year attract the world's best pool players to compete in the Predator WPA World 10-Ball Championship until Saturday.

There are no major events on Wednesday, so we jump straight to the Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore for the HSBC Women's World Championship on Thursday. The Bahrain International Circuit opens the first race of the highly anticipated FIA Formula One World Championship. Both women and men ski jumping experts head to Finland's Lahti to compete in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. After the completion of the recent world championships in Winterberg, the next major bobsleigh competition is the IBSF Para Sport World Cup in Switzerland's St. Moritz-Celerina. Downhill and Super G are the events in Norway's Kvitfjell at the next FIS Women's Alpine World Cup. Better known for its incredible ski jump, Oslo's neigbourhood of Holmenkollen becomes the home of the BMW International Biathlon Union World Cup. We then cross the Atlantic to the city of Montréal for Stop 1 of the World Aquatics Diving World Cup

Friday begins in Indonesia where Balige on Lake Toba opens the new season of the F1H2O UIM World Championship. There are two FIE Senior World Cup competitions for fencers taking us to Athens in Greece and Padua in Italy. Nordic combined experts and cross-country skiers join the ski jumpers in Lahti for two additional FIS World Cup events. Austria's Wildschönau hosts a Para Alpine World Cup where giant slalom is the big event. We remain in Austria for two further competitions. Villach is the venue for the United Winter Games 2024, while the next ISMF Senior Ski Mountaineering World Cup moves to Schladming. The second Worldloppet ski marathon at Mora is again over 90km. The International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation World Championships complete in Winterberg with the 2-woman Bobsleigh and 4-man Bobsleigh. Spain joins us with two major events. Snowboarders head to Sierra Nevada to compete in the FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup. Over in Picos de Europa snowshoe runners have their annual World Championships. Glasgow gathers the best athletes already early in the year at the World Athletics Indoor Championships. Colorado's famous Aspen hosts the men in giant slalom and slalom at the FIS Alpine World Cup. Sevens rugby stars move from Vancouver to Los Angeles for the next leg of the SVNS Series

Having completed the prologue in Lusail, round 1 of the FIA World Endurance Championship spends Saturday in Bahrain. Our second multi-sport event features in Turkey's Erzurum as the city prepares to welcome the Deaflympics Winter Games 2024. Latvia's Sigulda completes the FIL Luge World Cup and Team Relay World Cup season over the weekend. Virtus, the International Sports Federation for athletes with intellectual impairment, manages two events in Poland's Zakopane. These are the Virtus World Indoor Rowing Championship and the Virtus World Skiing Championships. Wheelchair curling experts spend eight days in South Korea's Gangneung-si for their World Curling Federation World Championship. Round 1 of the UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup opens in Italy's Tarquinia. We have completed the first quarter of the SuperMotocross World Championship season as round 8 ends Saturday at the famous Daytona International Speedway in Florida.

Our third Worldloppet ski marathon at Mora is again over 90km on Sunday. The biggest chess tournament of the year so far is the 2024 FIDE Candidates in Canada's Toronto lasting for almost three weeks. 

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Until next time, have a great week of sport.


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