The Snow Queen Trophy is an annual FIS World Cup women's slalom races held on the Sljeme slope just outside of Zagreb. The original Snow Queen Trophy was started for women in 2005, with a men's race added 3 years later in 2008.
The Snow Queen Trophy is unique in that it's the only major ski race to be held so close to a major city, and this has naturally made it a very popular and well attended race thanks to thousands of fans who flock to the Sljeme slopes from Zagreb.
The award ceremony for the winner is also pretty unique - not only does the winner get a crystal crown (with the names of the winners on it) but they're also presented with it on a throne whilst wearing a special Snow Queen robe.
In 2013 the Snow Queen Trophy races were included in the Club 5 Ski Classics list.
The race takes place on the slopes of Sljeme, which is the highest peak of the Medvednica mountain, just to the north of the city of Zagreb.
The list of winners of the Zagreb women's slalom since the event was first run are as follows:
|Season||Race Date||Winner||2nd Place||3rd Place|