Park City, UT – All systems are go as Utah’s snow-blanketed Olympic venues get ready to welcome the world for the International Ski Federation’s USANA FIS Nordic Junior World Championships and U23 Cross Country World Championships January 30-February 5.
Over the past week, FIS-appointed officials have reviewed snow conditions at both the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, and Soldier Hollow in nearby Midway, and given the formal go ahead.
Snow control is a routine part of all FIS competitions worldwide. With the heavy blanketing of snow across the entire Wasatch Range, conditions are excellent for the week-long World Championships.
In the past month, both the Utah Olympic Park ski jumps and Soldier Hollow Nordic Center cross-country venues have played host to very successful test events.
Over 500 athletes from nearly 40 nations are expected to compete.