The Alpine Ski World Cup slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, has been canceled due to weather conditions, the International Ski Federation (FIS) announced on Wednesday, a decision that ensures Austrian Manuel Feller will win the Specialty World Cup. “Due to the extremely heavy rains of the last 24 hours which completely destroyed the track, the men’s World Cup slalom in Kranjska Gora (Slovenia) is canceled,” explained the FIS in a press release.

World Cup organizers tried to find an alternative station to host this slalom, which was scheduled for Saturday. But in such a short time it was not possible to find a solution.

There is only one slalom left on the calendar this winter, during the finals in Saalbach, Austria (March 16-24). With 169 points ahead of his runner-up in the slalom World Cup rankings, and only 100 points to be awarded to the winner of the last race of the season, the Austrian Manuel Feller is sure to win the small globe of the discipline .