Media from across the globe arrive in Lake Louise to write stories, take pictures and interview athletes as they compete in the first downhill and super-G races on the World Cup circuit.
November 24, 25, 26 | training runs
November 27 | downhill
November 28 | super-G
November 30-December 1, 2 | training runs
December 3, 4 | downhill
December 5 | super-G
All rights holders and non-rights holders must register by November 24, 2021 to request media accreditation for the Lake Louise Audi FIS Ski World Cup.
REGISTRATION OPENS SEPTEMBER 1, 2021
Infront Sports & Media hold the world-wide multimedia rights for the Lake Louise Audi FIS Ski World Cup and to protect these rights, any audiovisual including sound and/or video of training runs, races, podium ceremonies or interviews is not permitted, unless approved as a rights holder in advance.
Non-rights holders can apply for rights holder audiovisual permissions through our registration process and we’ll deliver and manage the request with Infront Sports & Media on your behalf. Approvals will not be granted to non-rights holders seeking rights holder permission for the restricted mix zone.
If audiovisual of training runs, races, podium ceremonies or interviews is not necessary, non-rights holders must still receive approval to enter the race venue with a sound and/or filming device. Approved activities in designated areas for the purposes of story-telling and promotion of the event and destination will be at the discretion of Infront Sports & Media and the Race Organizing Committee.
Rightsholders who have been approved directly with Infront Sports & Media must also register to receive access to:
- Media Area
- Photo Area
- TV/Radio Compound (Broadcast Area)
- Media Centre
If you are a non-rights holder you must agree to the Infront Sports & If you are a non-rights holder you must agree to the Infront Sports & Media audiovisual policy to receive media accreditation, even if you do not plan to use a sound and/or filming device in the race venue. The audiovisual policy is part of registration and you must agree to its terms to receive media accreditation.
A preferred media rate at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is offered to A preferred media rate at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is offered to accredited non-rights holder media. Space is limited, first-come, first-serve. Once you have been approved you will receive the booking code and more information. You require the booking code to make a reservation.
November 23: 12 – 6 pm
November 24-28: 8 am – 6 pm
November 29: 12 – 6 pm
November 30-December 2: 8 am – 6 pm
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Pipestone B
Closed on active training and race days until 5 pm. Accreditation can be picked up starting 12 pm on Tuesday, November 24, 2020.
November 24-28: 8 am – 5 pm
November 30-December 5: 8 am – 5 pm
Lake Louise Ski Resort, Whiskey Jack Lodge, Northface Bistro
Media can file and pick-up accreditation from the Media Centre on active training and race days. There are 60 workstations with hard-wire. A complimentary wireless connection is also available to a password protected Lake Louise hotspot.
CHIEF OF MEDIA
Ken Kilroe | email@example.com | 403.650.6454
Responsible for coordinating international and domestic sport media.
Michelle Comeau | firstname.lastname@example.org |403.512.7671
Responsible for destination, event, social media and communication outside of sport media.