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After thorough discussions with athletes, teams, and stakeholders, the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS), Swiss-Ski, and the Federazione Italiana Sport Invernali (FISI) have jointly decided not to include Zermatt/Cervinia in the Alpine draft calendar for the 2024/25 season. Originally set to host the first cross-border Alpine World Cup races for both men and women in the 2022/23 and 2023/24 seasons, those races were canceled due to unfavorable weather conditions.

The decision was made after considering input from athletes and discussing with stakeholders. FIS expresses its appreciation for their feedback. The three federations will use the upcoming months to explore options for hosting future World Cup races in Zermatt and Cervinia. The Local Organizing Committee, along with Zermatt and Cervinia, will carefully consider these proposals to find positive ways forward.

This choice demonstrates the dedication of all parties involved to ensuring the success and ideal conditions for Alpine World Cup races while taking into account factors such as weather, infrastructure, and athlete welfare. The focus is on finding solutions that will ensure the future success of Alpine racing in Zermatt and Cervinia.

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