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No Russian or Belarusian participation in FIS events

During its Fall meeting, the FIS Council decided that athletes and officials from Russia and Belarus would not be allowed to participate in FIS events. 

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The International Ski & Snowboard Federation (FIS) Council held its Fall meeting online on Wednesday, October 25, and decided not to allow Russian and Belarusian athletes and officials to participate in all FIS events. 

International Ski Federation Press Release

“Russia- Belarus Participation

The current FIS policy, which does not allow the participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes and officials at FIS events, will remain in effect until further notice.” 

Earlier in October, the FIS Fall Meeting decided that teams and athletes from Russia and Belarus would not be allowed to participate in the FIS Cross-Country World Cup in the upcoming winter. 

That news emerged from Aftonbladet and was reported by Langd.se

“There was no discussion; it was more information. But we have gone beyond the Nordic countries and been very clear, and also had the Swedish Olympic Committee with us on that issue, that we do not think there is any reason to let Russia and Belarus in as the situation is right now,” says the cross-country ski manager from Swedish Ski Association, Lars Öberg, to Aftonblated, and added:

“Nothing has changed since the decision was made to keep them out. We have taken that line in Sweden together with the Nordic countries. So, we are satisfied. Unfortunately – it must still be said – we have to maintain that approach.”

In May, Ski Classics extended the ban on Russian and Belarusian athletes and Pro Teams. 

“The board of Ski Classics has decided not to remove the ban introduced in February 2022 upon Belarusian and Russian Pro Teams and athletes. The situation will be unchanged for the upcoming Season XV,” said David Nilsson, CEO Ski Classics.

Read More: Ski Classics extend the ban on Russian and Belarusian athletes and Pro Teams.

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