3Tre’s great history on display at Trento’s Festival dello Sport

The Italian alpine ski classic will open Il Festival dello Sport in Trento on Thursday, September 22nd, the presentation of the book “La Grande Storia della 3Tre (The Great History of 3Tre). A special 3Tre photo exhibition will be held at Palazzo Geremia in Trento during the Festival’s four days

Il Festival dello Sport (Sports Festival) is ready to light up Trento (Northern Italy) in the name of sports. The event organized by La Gazzetta dello Sport and Trentino Marketing will celebrate an edition called “Moments of Glory”, hosting hundreds of sports superstars in a large panel of meetings.

3Tre and Madonna di Campiglio will be in the core of the event with two prestigious initiatives in view of the 69th edition of the Audi FIS Ski Alpine World Cup Night Slalom, to be held on Thursday, December 22nd.

The Italian classic will open the Festival on Thursday, September 22nd at 10:30 CET with an event in Trento’s Piazza Duomo named “La Grande Storia della 3Tre” (The Great History of 3Tre), the title of the book by Paolo Luconi Bisti. The 3Tre historical legacy will be told by Luconi Bisti, Giorgio Rocca, the last Italian champion on the Canalone Miramonti slope back in 2005, 3Tre President Lorenzo Conci and Madonna di Campiglio Tourism Board President Tullio Serafini.

In addition, Palazzo Geremia (venue of Trento’s city hall) will host a photographic exhibition curated by Paolo Luconi Bisti. Zeno Colò, Ingemar Stenmark, Bode Miller, Franz Klammer, Gustav Thoeni, Alberto Tomba, Bode Miller and Marcel Hirscher are just some of the giants whose pictures are featured in the exhibition, which will be open from September 22nd to 25th with free admission.

“We are proud to tell our history in a prestigious event like Trento’s Il Festival dello Sport”, argued the 3Tre President Lorenzo Conci” – “The photo exhibition gives the many sports lovers in Trento an opportunity to rediscover our history. We can’t wait to write another page of it next December 22nd, finally without the Covid restrictions that have affected the last two editions”.

Madonna di Campiglio (Italy), September 19th, 2022