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During the 2023 2024 season, a remarkable 11 FIS World Cups will take place in the United States, which is setting an all time new record. FIS, the International Ski and Snowboard Federation, has officially announced this unprecedented number of World Cups to be held on U S territory, making it a historic season for the book.

Commencing in November and extending until early March, the U.S. World Cup circuit will span the nation, encompassing across four alpine events, one cross country World Cup, three free ski and snowboard events, two free style World Cups, and one ski jumping World Cup. Notably, the calendar includes two fresh World Cup locations: the first cross country World Cup in over two decades in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and an extra moguls World Cup in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire.

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The International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) is the global governing body for competitive skiing and snowboarding. It organizes major events and sets rules for various snow sports disciplines.

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