FAQ

Info & FAQ

On this page you will find an overview of the most frequently asked questions and answers about MWC 2023 in Seefeld!
We understand that the current situation with regards to COVID-19 continues to be challenging. We continue to work towards hosting a safe event in March 2023 and look forward to welcoming you!

Deadline for registration is February 26, 2023.

Please click on this link to see Official Masters Age Groups

Please click on this link to see a detailed competition program

Please click on this link to see a detailed event program

Please contact your National Director to find out about the process to become a member.
Please click here to find out who your national director is.

Contact your National Director to book your accommodation.

Please check the MWC website mwc2023.com regularly to be always up to date.

At the Masters World Cup 2023, there will be classic technique zones during the classic races. These zones will be marked and a controller will be in place to monitor adherence to the rules.

Pole lengths will be checked – please refer to the November 2021 FIS Specifications for Competition Equipment – Section C 5.2.

Please consult this chart as well.

“In classical technique competitions, the maximum pole length must not exceed 83% of the competitor’s body height. In free technique competitions, the maximum pole length must not exceed 100% of the competitor’s height. The body height is measured with ski boots on from a flat surface, to the top of the uncovered head. The pole length is measured from the bottom of the pole to the highest attachment of the strap. All measurements will be rounded to the nearest centimetre as follows: less than 0.5 cm will be rounded down and 0.5 cm and above will be rounded up.”

Please click on this link to see Course Maps and Profiles.

Wednesday, March 22nd is Relay Day at the Masters World Cup.
Relay teams are Nation Based and are comprised of 4 skiers. Your respective National Director will be
submitting your country’s teams at the Tuesday evening Team Captains Meeting. Please contact your
respective National Director for information on how they will be choosing your teams.
Here are some details:
Men Relay Teams (5 Year Age Groups 01 – 10)
Women Relay Teams (10 Year Age Groups 01-05)
Each team will have 4 skiers. Each skier has to complete 1 lap of the 5km course. Teams are required to complete 2 classic laps and 2 free technique laps.

Please click on this link to find the MWC 2023 Stadium Map

Swix / Toko is the Masters World Cup 2023 Official Supplier of Waxing Services. Located at the venue, the Swix / Toko team will professionally prepare your skis for race and training days.

At the venue, there will be wax cabinets set up with power to facilitate waxing on site, including tables (bring your own ski forms). Spaces / Cabinets will be organized with your National Director. In addition, the hotels will have space set aside for waxing.

With regards to Fluoro Waxes, there are no restrictions at this point as per FIS Tier 1 competitions.
(Please note: Changes possible)
Of course, we would prefer teams not use Fluoro Waxes for health and environmental reasons.

Change rooms are available at the venue. Spaces / Cabinets will be organzied with your National Director.

In Seefeld, shuttle buses run at regular intervals from pedestrian locations near the hotel to and from the cross-country stadium. This is the easiest way to get to the venue. The schedule for the shuttle bus will be published here in a timely manner.

Parking at the venue is limited, so we would like to ask you to use the shuttle bus as much as possible. The costs for the shuttle bus are included in the entry fee and therefore free of charge during MWC 2023.

Seefeld is only a two-hour drive from Munich International Airport, three hours from Zurich International Airport and 45 minutes from Innsbruck Airport.

Click here for more information on how to get to Seefeld, car rental options and airport shuttle buses.