From 17 to 21 March 2021, the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Final will take place for the sixth time. Once again, the battle in the disciplinary classifications and in the overall World Cup will be decided on the famous «Silvano Beltrametti» World Cup track on the Heimberg in Parpan. This season, however, under unusual circumstances. The OC is doing everything possible to hold the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Final 2021 in Lenzerheide despite COVID-19. To obtain more planning security, we have decided together with our partners to plan the races without spectators. In concrete terms, this means that there will be no grandstands in the finish area, no Visitor Village, no VIP areas, no supporting programme and no parties. The focus of the event is solely on the organisation of safe World Cup races. This decision was not easy for us, and we regret it very much.
However, the ski fans do not have to do without ski spectacles altogether. Various TV stations broadcast the last World Cup races of the 2020/21 season on free TV directly into your living room. In addition, our social media team will give you an exciting look behind the scenes on various channels
Association Weltcup Lenzerheide
The World Cup Association is in charge of organising and implementing international and national Alpine ski races as well as snowboarding races or trainings on the «Silvano Beltrametti» World Cup and training route in the region of Weisshorn / Motta / Heimberg or in accordance with the needs in the remaining ski region of Lenzerheide Bergbahnen AG.
Please note that the form is in German.