Wengen Lauberhorn World Cup Races Cancelled, Moved To Kitzbühel

Wengen Lauberhorn World Cup Races Cancelled, Moved To Kitzbühel

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Wengen Lauberhorn World Cup Races Cancelled, Moved To Kitzbühel

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One of the biggest downhill events on The World Cup circuit was cancelled due to rising cases of COVID-19. The Wengen Lauberhorn will instead be held at Kitzbühel.

Lauberhorn Race Courses

Some speculate that the decision was made due to concerns of the British variant of COVID-19 that was recently discovered. Switzerland has been flooded with British tourists this season as other countries shuttered their resorts to international travelers.

A Guide to the Lauberhorn Ski Races in Wengen - MelbTravel

Lauberhorn Downhill

The men’s downhill at Wengen is the longest on The World Cup circuit, and normally attracts 30,000 spectators. There are no spectators allowed at World Cup events this season, but cancelling the race is surely a blow to the morale of the Swiss ski race faithful.

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