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20.10.2020

Decisions of the Autumn 2020 FIS Council Meeting

The FIS Council held its Autumn Meeting online and dealt with a full agenda. The primary agenda items comprised addressing the challenges faced as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic on organisational aspects, including providing financial contributions to the Organisers of the FIS World Cup events and World Championships.

16.10.2020

Swiss Alpine Ski World Cups basically without spectators

There will basically be no supporters on site during FIS-stamped competitions in Switzerland this winter. So decided by the various organizers, in consultation with Swiss Ski and Swiss Olympic, in order to respect the measures to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic which is rapidly regaining ground in Europe, but especially in Switzerland.

20.08.2020

2020 Lake Louise Audi FIS Ski World Cup

Lake Louise, AB (Aug. 20, 2020) - We are all in tune with how the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) continues to evolve globally with restrictions in varying countries dictating health and safety protocols, gathering, quarantine measures and travel.

05.08.2020

FEDERICA BRIGNONE AMBASSADOR FOR CORTY

CORTINA 2021 MASCOT MADE BY TRUDI

Federica Brignone will be the Ambassador for Corty, Cortina 2021 mascot. The cute, red squirrel soft toy was specially made by Trudi for the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, which will be held in Cortina from 7th to 21st February 2021.

02.07.2020

CORTINA 2021: FIS ALPINE WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

TO LOOK TO THE FUTURE WITH CONFIDENCE AGAIN

The president of Fondazione Cortina 2021, Alessandro Benetton: “Thanks to the great synergy between the institutions and the local area, we will show that despite the current situation we will be able to honour our country.”

12.03.2020

LOC FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Kranjska Gora took a responsible decision

Kranjska Gora, March 12, 2020 - The Organizing Committee of the AUDI FIS Alpine ski world cup races for men in Kranjska Gora has today, on the recommendation of the International Ski Federation (FIS) and consultation with the National Institute of National Health of Slovenia, canceled the upcoming Men Alpine Skiing World Cup races.

02.03.2020

Club 5 - An important resource for the organizers

World Cup Kvitfjell has been a part of Club5 since 2005. A union that was founded in 1988, and which now consists of the biggest and most important international alpine organizers, each responsible for races all over the world on an annual basis. For Kvitfjell, this has been an important and rewarding co-operation.