Davos is the latest stop for skiers as the International Ski Federation (FIS) Cross-Country World Cup season continues.
The Swiss town is set to host two days of competition, with action set to begin tomorrow.
Sprint skiers will hope to make their mark on the opening day, starting with sprint qualifying.
Both the men’s and women’s sprint finals scheduled to take place later in the day.
Russia’s Alexander Bolshunov currently heads both the men’s sprint and overall rankings prior to the World Cup.
He will hope to extend his advantage in both categories with further sprint success.
Fellow Russian skier Yulia Belorukova currently leads the women’s sprint standings, while Norway’s Therese Johaug leads the overall classification.
Johaug, who recently returned to competition after serving an 18-month doping ban for testing positive for anabolic steroid clostebol in 2016, could extend her lead on Sunday (December 16).
The Norwegian will hope to impress in the women’s 10 kilometre event on the final day of competition.
The men’s 15km race will also take place.