This year's International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Cross World Cup in Innichen/San Candido has been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis.
Back-to-back competitions usually take place at the Italian venue to conclude the circuit's opening December races, as part of the Cross Alps Tour.
This year's action was due to take place between December 18 and 20 but organisers said it was no longer possible.
Innichen/San Candido lies in the Dolomite mountains and has hosted a Ski Cross World Cup every year since 2009.
"It was a really tough decision that the entire Organising Committee did not take light-heartedly, because our commitment to ski cross has always been very big and we plan on continuing with our 10-year-plan for the development of the Audi FIS Ski Cross World Cup in Innichen/San Candido," said Helmuth Senfter, the head of the Organising Committee.
"We promise to be back in 2021 and already can't wait."
The World Cup season is due to open in Val Thorens in France, from December 3 to 5.
Montafon in Austria and Arosa in Switzerland are also due to be visited for the Cross Alps Tour.
"Of course, it is a huge pity not to have such a classical race like Innichen/San Candido in our calendar this year," said Klaus Waldner, the FIS race director for cross.
"The athletes love it, the fans love it, the Organising Committee always does an excellent job and the course offers some really good passing and makes for an amazing ski cross action that we like to show the world.
"We understand the challenges that the organiser is facing this year and accept their decision.
"I would like to thank the whole Innichen team for their hard work and commitment over the years."