The Cross-Country Skiing World Cup will return to Switzerland, and even Graubünden. After the conventional Davos weekend in December and the begin of the Tour de Ski in January in Val Müstair, this time round Saint-Moritz will welcome the finest cross-country skiers on the planet. The races for the weekend of March 13-14, which have been initially scheduled to be held in Oslo-Holmenkollen, will ultimately happen in the Engadin.
The basic mass begin contested over 10 (ladies) and 15 kilometers (males) shall be held in Silvaplana on Saturday March 13, two weeks earlier than the World Cup finals of… slopestyle snowboarding. On Sunday 14th, the barely modified route of the Engadine Marathon will see the free fashion pursuit over 30 kilometers (ladies) and 50 kilometers (males). The males will begin from Maloja, whereas the ladies will begin from Saint-Moritz. As for the conventional in style marathon, canceled this 12 months like the earlier one on account of the pandemic, the end line shall be at S-chanf.
Swiss-Ski guarantees that these races shall be held “in strict compliance with the Swiss-Ski protection concept, which has proven its worth in Davos and in the Val Müstair”. The competitions will clearly happen behind closed doorways.