The fourth leg of the International Ski Federation Telemark World Cup season will begin in Germany tomorrow, with two days of action scheduled in Bad Hindelang.
Sprint races for men and women will take place on day one before parallel slalom to conclude the competition on Sunday (February 10).
No classic racing will be taking place.
In women's action, Switzerland's Amelie Wenger-Reymond has a healthy lead on top of the standings, boasting 620 points.
She also heads the classic and sprint standings, but came up short when the first parallel slalom of the season was held at the last leg of the World Cup circuit in Pra Loup in France last month.
That was won by home French skier Argeline Tan Bouquet, who is joint second in the rankings with 460 points.
Also on that total is Britain's Jasmin Taylor.
In the men's event, Norway's Trim Nygaard Loeken leads the way on 501 points with a narrow advantage over Switzerland's Stefan Matter who has 490.
Loeken does not lead any of the discipline's rankings, with Matter heading the classic pile.
Third placed Phillippe Lau of France is third on 421 and tops the parallel slalom charts after his home victory in Pra Loup.
Sprint leader Bastien Dayer of Switzerland is fourth overall on 406.
After Bad Hindelang, a World Cup leg is due in Krvavec in Slovenia before the World Championships in Rjukan in Norway.
The Rjukan leg, which concludes the season, is located in the Telemark region which gives the sport its name.