HISTORY

Originate of the Indoor Lowland Championships

In 2014 the Belgian Ski federation by the person of Christoph Lemeire started the idea of creating a competition amongst alpine skiracers from the “Lowlands” such as Belgium, Great Britain, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and since 2018 also Denmark within the various skidomes of those countries. In 2019 the Snowsports Association of Ireland joined this alpine sporting event. Bringing the total of participating countries up to six nations. Since 2020 the Icelandic Ski Association joined the Lowland Championships, because of the cancellation of the 2020 edition, they competed in 2021 for the first time at this championship. Bringing the total of participating countries up to seven nations.

Supported by the FIS the first Indoor Lowlands Championship was hosted in 2014 in Belgium by the Belgium Skifederation in SnowValley Peer. Since then the championship has evolved in a international field of over 300 competitors every edition!

 

Results of previous editions:

 

2021 organised by The Netherlands at SnowWorld (Landgraaf)

  • 26th of September 2021
  • 1st place Nations Cup: The Netherlands

 

 

2020 Due to Covid-19 regulations the 2020 championship was cancelled

 

2019 organised by The Netherlands at SnowWorld (Landgraaf)

  • 29th of September 2019
  • 1st place Nations Cup: Great Britain 

 

 

2018 organised by Belgium at Snow Valley (Peer)

  • 23rd Septmeber 2018
  • 1st place Nations Cup: Great Britain 

 

 

2017 organised by Luxembourg at Snowworld (Landgraaf)

  • 24th September 2017
  • 1st place Nations Cup: The Netherlands 

 

 

2016 organised by Great Britain at Snowworld (Landgraaf)

  • 25th September 2016
  • 1st place Nations Cup: The Netherlands 

 

 

2015 organised by The Netherlands at Snowworld (Landgraaf)

  • 27th September 2015
  • 1st place Nations Cup: The Netherlands 

 

 

2014 organised by Belgium at Snow Valley (Peer)

  • 21st September 2014
  • 1st place Nations Cup: Belgium