A snapshot of the website used for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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Whistler World Cup Highlights 2008, 2009

The 2010 Winter Games were the first ever to have all mountain competition venues completed two full years before the Games. This allows loads of pre-Games training for Canadian and international athletes. It's also a great to have the community participate (as spectators and volunteers) in amazing World Cup events. In Whistler, residents got to tour the venues, learn about the sports and get an up close appreciating for Whistler competition events. What's more, World Cup events help our home-grown athletes hone their skill with ample training opportunity.

Over the 2008 and 2009 winter seasons, nine World Cup events were held in Whistler. Not only did 2010 Winter Games athletes get to test out the new venues, thousands of spectators, along with hundreds of volunteers, were able to get a taste of the action. Each World Cup event was a true test for what to expect at Games-time and was an exciting preview of how Whistler will host the world in 2010.

Whistler Creekside

  • World Cup Alpine Skiing - February 2008
  • IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals - March 2009

Whistler Olympic Park

  • FIS Cross Country Skiing World Cup - January 2009
  • FIS Nordic Combined World Cup - January 2009
  • FIS Ski Jumping World Cup - January 2009
  • IBU Biathlon World Cup - March 2009
  • IPC Biathlon and Cross-Country World Cup - March 2009

Whistler Sliding Centre

  • FIBT Bobsleigh and Skeleton World Cup - February 2009
  • FIL Luge World Cup - February 2009

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