Alpine Skiing - Pure Adrenalin
Travelling at speeds of more than 200 kilometres-per-hour, alpine (or downhill) skiing is one of the most exciting winter sports around. If you want to see this adrenaline-filled event at the Games taking place this winter then you definitely need to buy Alpine Skiing - The Games in Pyeongchang tickets today here at Ticketbis. Alpine skiing events are usually divided into two different types of events - speed and technical. The speed events include steep, long runs with few turns where each skier tries to go as fast as possible. The technical events include much more turns and slaloms, challenging the skier's ability to manoeuvre their way down the run. No matter which event you prefer, this is a sport that has to be seen live - get your downhill skiing tickets for the Games in Pyeongchang today.
Alpine Skiing History
Skiing is a sport with a long and rich history. In fact, there have been remains of skis found preserved in peat bogs in Scandinavia that date back to prehistoric times! The sport of alpine skiing is generally believed to have started in the mid-nineteenth century when Norwegian Sondre Norheim first used skis with curved sides and went down slalom turns. The first sporting events were held in Norway in the 1840s, a few decades later the sport spread to the rest of Europe and the world and is now one of the most popular sports and hobbies in the world. Of course, the professional competitors are on a whole new level and have to be seen to be believed. Some of the events you can see at the Games in Pyeongchang include downhill, slalom, giant slalom and super giant slalom. See these live with your alpine skiing tickets.
More Winter Sports
With so many great events taking place at the Games, you're spoiled for choice. Check out the freestyle skiing for thrills and spills or for something a bit different, why not get tickets for the luge?