L'Arlberg-Kandahar (AK) est une épreuve mythique[non neutre] de l'histoire du ski alpin. Elle est à l'origine de la reconnaissance du ski alpin par la Fédération internationale de ski.

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  • L'Arlberg-Kandahar (AK) est une épreuve mythique[non neutre] de l'histoire du ski alpin. Elle est à l'origine de la reconnaissance du ski alpin par la Fédération internationale de ski.
  • The Arlberg-Kandahar race (often abbreviated A-K or AK) is an annual alpine skiing event. The first edition of the race was held in 1928 in St. Anton, in the Arlberg district of Austria. The location originally alternated between St. Anton and Mürren, Switzerland. Later, it began to be held in other locations as well, such as Chamonix, France, Sestriere, Italy, and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
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  • L'Arlberg-Kandahar (AK) est une épreuve mythique[non neutre] de l'histoire du ski alpin. Elle est à l'origine de la reconnaissance du ski alpin par la Fédération internationale de ski.
  • The Arlberg-Kandahar race (often abbreviated A-K or AK) is an annual alpine skiing event. The first edition of the race was held in 1928 in St. Anton, in the Arlberg district of Austria. The location originally alternated between St. Anton and Mürren, Switzerland. Later, it began to be held in other locations as well, such as Chamonix, France, Sestriere, Italy, and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
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