Swiss-Ski said no grandstands will be built at those venues, nor fan villages at the races and in resort centers. Some invited guests could attend in restricted zones separated from athletes, coaches and officials.
The federation said its officials and race organizers will stay in contact with public authorities and could modify plans as the pandemic develops in Switzerland.
The World Cup ski season starts this weekend without fans for men’s and women’s giant slalom races in Sölden, Austria.
No races will be held in the United States and Canada to limit travel and quarantine restrictions for teams. The only scheduled races outside Europe are women’s speed events in China in February to test a 2022 Beijing Olympic course in Yanqing.
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