On 5 & 6 December 2020 St. Moritz will once again welcome the world’s best female ski athletes when they compete for much-coveted World Cup points in two Super-G races. St. Moritz is ready to host this event under very special conditions. The Covid-19 situation this year requires a strict safety protocol and protective measures in order to safeguard the health of everybody involved and to prevent a further spread of the pandemic. Please find all information about Covid-19 here; it will be up-dated on a continuous basis.
Information for spectators
This year, the Women’s Ski World Cup in St. Moritz will take place without spectators in the finish area. One big advantage of the track on the St. Moritz local mountain Corviglia, however, is the fact that races can be witnessed along the course almost from start to finish, free of charge. In the ski area and on the slopes the safety concept of Engadin St. Moritz Mountains applies; spectators are asked to respect the current measures and make sure they keep their distance from the people around.
Information Engadin St. Moritz Mountains
Protection concept World Cup St. Moritz
In cooperation with the cantonal and national authorities as well as the national association Swiss Ski and the International Skiing Federation FIS, a protection concept for the implementation of the races in St. Moritz was developed.
The protection concep affects the enire racing area on Corviglia, in particular the Salastrains finish area and the accreditation in St. Moritz Bad.
Overview of the information:
You can find the current protection concept here: