9.1 The maximum number of participants from each country shall be

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9.1.1 Nordic events

No more than 32 competitors in total (Cross-Country 12 men + 12 ladies, Nordic Combined 6, Ski Jumping Men 6, Ski Jumping Ladies 4) plus the competitors according to art. 9.3).

9.1.2 FIS Ski Flying World Championships

Maximum 6 participants plus competitors according to art. 9.3.

9.1.3 Alpine events

No more than 24 competitors with a maximum of 14 of either gender in the Alpine events plus the competitors according to art. 9.3.

9.1.3.1 Qualification of the competitors

Minimum requirements Slalom/Giant Slalom: FIS points in one of the four disciplines (DH, SL, GS, SG) on the valid FIS points list. Minimum requirements Speed Events - Downhill/Super G/Combined Downhill/Nations Team Event Super G: Maximum 120 FIS points in the respective discipline according to the valid FIS points list.

9.1.4 Freestyle events

Maximum 32 participants with a maximum 18 of either gender plus the competitors according to art. 9.3.

9.1.5 Snowboard events

Maximum 32 participants with a maximum of 18 competitors of either gender plus the competitors according to art. 9.3.

9. Number of Participants and Officials


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