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Lauberhorn Downhill Race 2022

The organising committee of the Lauberhorn Races has just issued an official bulletin detailing arrangements for the 2022 event, of which the following is a verbatim rapid translation.
Bulletin begins: Lauberhorn race with spectators and an adapted event concept
Ski fans are warmly welcome to the 92nd International Lauberhorn Races from January 14th – 16th according to the latest information. The event will take place with a certificate requirement, the current measures to protect against Covid-19 have not changed anything. Wengen is therefore planning to continue with three first-class ski races, a unique Patrouille Suisse flight show and an attractive, adapted supporting program in an “open-air world cup village”.
Enthusiastic spectators will hopefully line the Lauberhorn race tracks in January 2022, when the world’s best ski racers will compete in Wengen from January 14-16, 2022. The most successful downhill skiers will also be duly honored on the big stage in the “Open Air World Cup Dörfli” on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, the award ceremony traditionally takes place in the finish area in Innerwengen.
Certificates are required on the event site
Some time ago, the organizers decided with foresight to hold the Lauberhorn races in January with a certificate. This corresponds to the currently applicable requirements of the authorities. This means that a certificate is required both along the route and in the World Cup Dörfli. For pandemic reasons, the supporting program mainly takes place outside in front of the big stage. Food stands with take-away offers take care of your physical well-being. The reduced indoor offer consists of the Raiffeisen fondue chalet with only seats on reservation and the Swisscom fan lounge.
With the protection concept and the adjustments, the OC in Wengen takes its responsibility towards all spectators, helpers, athletes, sponsors and partners seriously.
At the entrances to the racing and event grounds, all ski fans must present a Covid certificate that is valid on the day of the race and an official ID. A mask is required in the indoor areas, as well as in the closed transport lanes of the Jungfrau Railways.
Tickets only in advance sale – reimbursement in the event of any Covid restrictions
Due to the official requirements, tickets must not be sold at the box offices. The control of the Covid-19 certificates takes time and would trigger undesirable waiting times with the operation of box offices.
Lauberhorn tickets are available at all SBB and Jungfrau Railways ticket offices. They are valid along the routes. The VIP tickets can be obtained from the Lauberhorn races online shop. Gold Cards are available for the areas at the Girmschbiel and in the finish area. In addition, there will be an exclusive hospitality offer at the finish with the best view of the entire finish area, the big screens and the race tracks. More information at www.lauberhorn.ch/tickets.
If an event is canceled due to the relevant COVID laws / regulations or if the event has to be held without an audience due to a corresponding order, the ticket value will be refunded (100%). If desired, the ticket value can also be used for the event in the following year.
Bulletin ends