Organisers of the 2019 International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Ski Championships in Åre are calling for volunteers to help run the event.
More than 1,600 volunteers are expected to assist in roles such as team hostesses, crowd marshals and course crew during the event, which is scheduled to take place in the Swedish ski resort from February 5 to 17.
Almost one-third of the volunteers will join the Organising Committee for the 2017-18 season’s FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Finals, which will serve as the test events.
They will also do so at the World Cup Stockholm City Event in January of next year and the FIS World Cup Finals in March 2018.
Those interested in volunteering with can register here.
In March, Åre hosted the 2017 Junior Alpine World Ski Championships, giving the city the opportunity to prepare for when it stages the senior edition of the event
Åre is one of Scandinavia's leading ski resorts and held the 1954 and 2007 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italy will host in 2021.
Courchevel-Meribel in France will battle against Austrian resort Saalbach-Hinterglemm for the right to stage the 2023 edition.
The FIS is due to pick the winning bid at their 2018 Congress in Costa Navarino in Greece.