The first cross-border Ski World Cup race in the history of the World Cup on the newly designed "Gran Becca" course by Olympic downhill champion Didier Défago has been cancelled. Until the very end, those responsible for the Audi FIS World Cup Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening hoped that the total of four downhill runs could take place as planned. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate. Accordingly, the two men's downhill runs on 29 and 30 October and the two women's downhill runs on 5 and 6 November had to be cancelled due to a lack of snow on the lower part of the piste and for safety reasons. This is all the more regrettable as the organizers of the "Matterhorn Cervino Speed Opening" have put in a lot of effort and have set up a piste and top organisation in just eight months!
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