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With a few days left until Lassalyckan and the world cup race are filled with the world's best cross-country skiers, we are fully preparing for you as a visitor to get an unforgettable audience experience with us. The expectation is high from many visitors and our organization has put many valuable hours behind it. We have done it before but we want your expectations to be met this year as well. Read more
During Monday, most countries have presented which skiers are coming to Ulricehamn and the World Cup competitions at Lassalyckan on 26-27 January. We can conclude that Ebba Andersson and Therese Johaug who never competed in the World Cup context in Ulricehamn will start. Read more
Since it is expected to reach 60,000 visitors during one and the same weekend, and many of them come by car, the World Cup Ulricehamn has been working to make more parking spaces available. This year, like last year, we will be offering parking outside the city center. This time they are free! Read more
The cold the last few days has meant that the snow cannons on the arena Lassalyckan in Ulricehamn have been in full swing. This means that the entire course of 5km is now secured with snow and will be ready in good time for the World Cup competitions January 26-27. Read more
Here's how this year's edition of the functional clothes looks like! Yellow cap and white-gray jacket with printed logos for sponsors and Worldcup Ulricehamn. The pressure on the back, "Crew", indicates that the person is working as a clerk. Is it something you as a visitor wonder about, before and during the competitions, do not hesitate to contact one of our well-dressed officials! Read more
A prerequisite for it being a good experience for you as a visitor, is that you get as close to the riders as possible and get to feel the pulse when they pass by. Therefore, since the last event, improvements have been made for sound and information in more places in the forest. Read more