The Uovo d’Oro is a race on the National Giant Salom calendar, also open to foreign athletes, which has been held on the Olympic slopes of Sestriere since 1981. Five categories take to the track: Cadets, Juniors, Cubs, Baby and Super Baby, both male and female.

A traditional end-of-season appointment, the Uovo d’Oro is an event that usually takes place during the Easter period, hence the name, organised by Sporting Club Sestrieres, which brings together most of the Italian competitive ski clubs in a full day of competition and festivities, bringing almost 5,500 people, including athletes and accompanying people, to Sestriere.

In past editions, more than 1,700 athletes, on average, have competed each year on the famous slopes of Sestriere, scene of the recent Turin 2006 Winter Olympic Games and many World Cup editions.

Over the years, the race has become a cult event in the Alpine panorama of youth competitions and it is also considered a great end-of-season party.

Everyone is a winner! All participants are given the traditional chocolate egg along with a rich race package.

The event reaches its climax with the official prize giving followed by the eagerly awaited prize draw, in which all competitors and their coaches participate.

The 40th edition of the Uovo d’Oro will take place on the Olympic slopes of the Sestriere on April 10th, 2023. On this date, Cadets, Juniors, Cubs, Baby and Super Baby categories, both male and female, will compete in Giant Slalom.

A total of five race slopes are planned for the Alpine competition, run on the slopes of Monte Alpette:

  • Kandahar;
  • Standard;
  • Sises2;
  • Sises3;
  • Super Baby.