Three bidders seek 2017 Alpine worlds
OBERHOFEN, Switzerland -- Switzerland's St. Moritz and Italian resort Cortina d'Ampezzo have made a third straight bid to host Alpine skiing's world championships.
The International Ski Federation said Tuesday that bidding for the 2017 event is a three-way contest with Are in Sweden.
St. Moritz and Cortina lost to Austria's Schladming for 2013 rights and Vail-Beaver Creek in the United States for 2015. Are hosted in 2007.
The FIS ruling council will select the winner in June ...
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