- The health of all persons on site has top priority; high solidarity and personal responsibility are assumed.
- Persons with Covid-19 symptoms must stay away from the event.
- If a Covid-19 disease is diagnosed afterwards (max. after 14 days), the LOC must be informed immediately via the Covid-19 hotline.
- The questionnaire Annex Yellow (see below) must be completed truthfully.
The three most important protective measures are:
Protective masks: At the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Final Lenzerheide, face-coverings are mandatory throughout the event area. Disposable face-coverings or FFP2 masks (recommended) must be worn except on the slope (where collars are allowed).
Hand hygiene: Wash your hands regularly with soap and water and always disinfect your hands before putting on or after taking off your mask.
Keep your distance: Whenever possible, keep a distance of 1.5 metres or more from each other. Keeping a distance is especially important indoors and while eating/drinking.
A person participating in the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Final Lenzerheide can only belong to one colour group and may only mix with persons from other colour groups in exceptional cases. A person is assigned to the colour group within which he/she sleeps and eats.
- Red: Athletes, racers, coaches, support staff, service staff, athletes' closest management, FIS
- Blue: Helpers in the areas of course, set-up/dismantling infrastructure, security service, police, army, civil defence, event organization, accredited external companies
- Yellow: Journalists from TV, radio, newspapers, online portals, photographers, technicians, media centre helpers
In cooperation with the authorities, Swiss-Ski and the FIS, a protection concept was drawn up for the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Final Lenzerheide. This is the basis for all activities on site and concerns the entire event area. We ask you to read the protection concept carefully before your arrival and to adhere to it strictly. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Complete contact tracing for the traceability of close contacts is a central task of the organizer. If people are together for more than 15 minutes or repeatedly fall below the minimum distance of 1.5 metres without protective measures, this is considered close contact.
The following applies to the implementation of contact tracing:
- Presence lists of all persons present are guaranteed via accreditation. These presence lists are kept until 14 days after the event and can be passed on to the health authorities if necessary.
- When entering and leaving the colour zone, the QR codes of all persons will be scanned so that it can be traced who was in which zone and when.
- The QR code is part of your accreditation, which you must wear at all times in the form of an armband and may not be passed on to third parties under any circumstances.
The person in the yellow group must present a negative PCR test that is max. 48 hours old. The procedure is regulated and described in detail in the annex yellow. If symptoms occur during the race week, symptomatic persons must immediately contact the Covid-19 hotline. Testing facilities for symptomatic persons are available in Lenzerheide. All costs are at the expense of the person tested (volunteers at the expense of the organizer).
If no negative CPR test can be presented at accreditation, accreditation will be refused.
Info will follow soon.
If symptoms occur, it is important to stay away from the event area in any case. The procedure is as follows.
- If symptoms occur, the direct supervisor must be informed immediately. The person concerned will be placed in quarantine.
- The person in charge of the group immediately informs the Covid-19 representative of the LOC via the Covid-19 hotline (+41 78 240 65 50).
- The Covid-19 Officer informs the Task Force.
- The task force decides on the further course of action based on the instructions of the cantonal authorities.
- Any information to third parties (media, others) must be released in advance by the task force.
Instructive video protective measures
This year the media centre is located in a large tent directly at the finish in Parpan.
The media centre is accessible from Monday to Sunday (March 15 to 21, 2021) exclusively via shuttle from the Proschieri media parking lot. If you arrive already on Sunday, March 14, 2021, you can use the closer Heimberg parking lot and reach the media centre with a short walk. Please note: As of Monday, the Heimberg parking lot will be reserved for the Red colour group, media representatives will no longer have access.
You will find an overview map below.
|Sunday||14 March 2021||10.00 am – 5.00 pm||none|
|Monday||15 March 2021||7.30 am – 5.00 pm||TRA Downhill M/W|
|Tuesday||16 March 2021||7.30 am – 5.00 pm||TRA Downhill M/W|
|Wednesday||17 March 2021||7.30 am – 5.00 pm||WC Downhill M/W|
|Thursday||18 March 2021||7.30 am – 5.00 pm||WC Super G W/M|
|Friday||19 March 2021||7.30 am – 5.00 pm||WC Team Parallel|
|Saturday||20 March 2021||7.30 am – 5.00 pm||WC Giant Slalom M / Slalom W|
|Sunday||21 March 2021||7.30 am – 5.00 pm||WC Giant Slalom W / Slalom M|
Please note that certified disposable masks must be worn on the entire World Cup area. For your own protection, we recommend wearing FFP2 masks. You are responsible for obtaining the masks yourself.
In order to comply with the Covid 19 protection concept, each member of the media representatives will be allocated one workstation. The seats are marked with the name of your company. We kindly ask you to stay exclusively at your assigned workstation.
We are happy to provide you with drinks and snacks in the media centre. These can only be consumed while seated at the individual workstation and can only be handed out by a volunteer. A normal buffet is not possible. Media representatives who have not reserved a workstation are only allowed to consume drinks and snacks outside in the open air.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer a hot meal for a fee this year. We thank you for your understanding.
The official media parking lot is from Monday to Sunday (March 15 to 21, 2021) the Proschieri parking lot in Parpan. From there, a regular shuttle runs to and from the Media Centre. Please note that there may be waiting times during rush hours.
If you arrive already on Sunday, March 14, 2021, you can use the closer Heimberg parking lot and reach the media centre with a short walk. Please note: As of Monday, the Heimberg parking lot will be reserved for the Red colour group, media representatives will no longer have access.
You will receive parking tickets at the accreditation desk in the Media Centre. For first-time parking, it is only necessary to show the accreditation confirmation.
You will find an overview map below.
Access is free of charge.
The registration period for the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals has ended. Later requests for accreditation will no longer be accepted. In case of questions or uncertainties, please contact email@example.com.
The hand out of the media accreditations will take place directly at the media centre on the World Cup area.
All accredited media representatives received an accreditation confirmation by e-mail. This is valid as the first entry ticket to the World Cup area (as well as for the access to the Proschieri media parking lot). We kindly ask you to go to the media centre immediately after entering the area to pick up your accreditation. Thank you very much!
If you have not received an accreditation confirmation by e-mail, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The press conferences on the race days (Wednesday to Sunday, excluding Friday) will take place directly after the awards ceremonies in the media centre. Similar to the mixed zone at the finish area, the athletes are separated from the media representatives at the press conferences. There is a barrier between the stage of the press conferences and the workplaces of the media representatives, whereby TV cameras can be placed directly next to the barrier. Further information can be given directly on site at the media centre.
Since 2013 the legislator has restricted the usable frequency range for certain wireless devices multiple times and exempted from the license-obligation. This increases the risk of interference between wireless devices at large events. To guarantee the same level of production reliability in the future and enable everyone to enjoy interference-free operation, SRF will coordinate the frequencies on behalf of the event organizer at the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Finals 2021. For the above-mentioned reasons, all users must register their wireless devices in advance via webtool FreqCoord. Wireless devices may not be used if they have not been registered. For more information, please see the bulletin below.
|Number of mixed races 2021||1|
|Number of women races 2021||4|
|Number of men races 2021||4|
|Number of TV cameras||Downhill: 25
Super G: 24
Giant Slalom: 19
Team Parallel: 17
|Snow cannons in use on the Silvano Beltrametti slope||30|
|Machine hours snow groomers||850h|
|Number of liters of water for snowmaking||130‘000'000 l|
|Number of cubic meters of snow for slope||260’000 m3|
|Number of cubic meters of snow for jump||12’000 m3|
Below you will find current and previous media releases on the FIS Ski World Cup in Lenzerheide. Click here for the media image database of the holiday region Lenzerheide. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.