Media Center


The Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup will be held February 23-25, 2024 at the legendary Palisades Tahoe ski resort in Lake Tahoe, CA. Palisades Tahoe will host men’s Slalom and Giant Slalom events on the Dog Leg and Red Dog Face.

For further details, please reach out to Madison Condon at


The Digital Media Center will provide pre-race information, daily race updates, results, audio interview links and rights free images for editorial usage. Individual assets are linked in the schedule below, but the full press kit can be accessed here.

View Press Kit


Schedule of Race Events

Full Event Recap Press Release

Friday, February 23

  • 6:00 PM – Stifel Palisades Cup Welcome Ceremonies
  • 6:15 PM – Bib Draw

Saturday, February 24

Recap Press Release

Event Photos

Sunday, February 25

Recap Press Release

Event Photos


All communications with accredited media regarding scheduling and media center updates will be shared via WhatsApp. The phone number provided on the media accreditation application will be used unless you provide an updated number at registration.

Thursday, February 22
9:00 am - 5:00 pm Media Center Open

Friday, February 23
9:00 am - 7:00 pm Media Center Open
4:30 pm - Mandatory On-Course Photographers Meeting (location Media Center)
5:00 pm - Press conference
6:00 pm - Bib draw, fireworks and festivities

Saturday, February 24
7:00 am - 5:00 pm Media Center Open
10:00 am - First Run
1:15 pm - Second Run

Sunday, February 25
7:00 am - 5:00 pm Media Center Open
10:00 am - First Run
1:15 pm - Second Run

Athlete Interviews
Athletes will be available for interviews in the Media Mixes Zone during both competition days. No post-race press conference will take place. Video interviews with the top three athletes from each race will be uploaded to the Digital Media Center.

All lodging accommodations can be found here.

Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) – 51 miles; approx. 1 hour by car
Sacramento International Airport (SMF) – 115 miles; approx. 2 hours by car
Oakland International Airport (OAK) – 199 miles; approx. 3.5 hours by car
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) – 207 miles; approx. 3.75 hours by car

North Lake Tahoe Express Airport Shuttle:

Mountaineer Palisades Tahoe on-demand Shuttle:

TART Connect North Lake Tahoe/Truckee on-demand Shuttle:

All on-course photographers are required to attend the Photographer Briefing on Friday, February 23 at 4:30 pm PST at the Media Center. The On-Course Photo Armbands will be distributed at the Photographer Briefing - no exceptions will be made to provide course access Armbands to photographers who do not attend the briefing. 

FIS rules stipulate that photographers must be in position one hour prior to the start of the race. You may not leave or move from your on-course position until the final racer in the first run crosses the finish line and the course is clear. For those photographers not on course, there will be a photo platform located near the finish line in the Media Mixed Zone. The Photo Chief is Dustin Satloff.

Infront Sports & Media AG holds the international multimedia rights to this event. International television and radio networks, production or internet companies, news agencies, and any other entity asking for access for filming or report purposes need to send the accreditation requests directly to Infront for approval. This means that using any kind of filming device is strictly forbidden to a non-rights holder. No media may conduct video interviews or shoot video at the event without prior accreditation and the visible approved camera sticker. Accredited members of the media are not allowed to broadcast social media video (including, but not limited to, Instagram, TikTok, SnapChat, X, and Facebook Live) during the event. 

All international accreditation requests must be submitted to Infront Italy in advance for approval. 

Please contact:
Infront Italy S.p.A
TV & Media Rights
Via Deruta 20, 20132 Milano, ITALY

Tel. +39 02 77 11 21
Fax +39 02 28 900 439

Maddelena Ercolani
Yulia Filchagina
Media Rights Department

Broadcast rights for video transmission outside the USA are handled by Infront. This encompasses all forms of television and Internet transmission. Subject to the prior authorization from the domestic rights holder (U.S. Ski & Snowboard), should you also wish to broadcast your videos outside the USA (TV and/or Internet), you must obtain a proper authorization from Infront.

Approved video media cannot use material from the race venue, including interviews, until after 5:00 pm PST both Saturday and Sunday. All videos from the race venue must be restricted to U.S. viewers only, including social media. 

Due to the international and national multimedia rights, no on-course video will be allowed. However, U.S. Ski & Snowboard will be sharing a race highlights video package (including on-course video and post-race interviews) with domestic broadcast following the race. 

Domestic broadcast wishing to conduct live or recorded stand ups must use one of the designated stand up locations within the resort. Please visit the Media Center for a list of approved locations.