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European Championships of Ski Mountaineering


European Championships of Ski Mountaineering

The European Championships of Ski Mountaineering were the European championships for national ski mountaineering teams 1992[1] to 2009. They were held biannually and were separated in men's and women's competitions.

The first championships were sanctioned by the Comité International du Ski-Alpinisme de Compétition (CISAC). After the CISAC was merged to the International Council for Ski Mountaineering Competitions (ISMC) of the Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme (UIAA), the competitions are held biannually by the ISCM. Since 2008, when the ISMC merged into the International Ski Mountaineering Federation (ISMF) the championships have been sanctioned by the ISMF.[2] The originally 9th edition, in 2009 decided to be held in Claut, Italy, in the end was held as the 6th edition of the World Championships.

European championships since 1999


  1. ^ Claude Défago: The history of ski alpinisme (German).
  2. ^ Karl Posch: Weltmeisterschaft Schweiz Tag 5 - Neuer Verband der Schibergsteiger: ISMF (German), February 27, 2008.
  3. ^ Pierre Gignoux et Stéphane Brosse CHAMPIONS D'EUROPE! (French; incl. results), FFME.
  4. ^ Compes de esquí de montaña para el 2001 (Spanish).
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