The FIS Junior World Championships 2021 will be taking place in Krasnoyarsk from 18 to 27 March, particularly on the tracks of the Sopka cluster. This is the first time in history that all the Junior World Championships' competitions are held at the same sports facility.
The Championships will be attended by about 600 representatives from 29 countries, including Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Italy, South Korea, Netherlands, France, Croatia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Japan and many others.
At a press conference dedicated to the preparation for the Championships, the FIS Freestyle Moguls and Aerials Race Director Andrea Rinaldi thanked the Russian organisers for their large-scale work for the competitions:
— Both me and the previous director Joe Fitzgerald, we love Russia a lot, we love the Eastern Russia. We know that there are all the best organisers, who apply all their knowledge and all their expertise during the preparations. I may not sound formal enough, but I want to say that from my point of view, friendship, love, commitment to sports are the most important things that we have. And I want to thank all those involved for the work done.
During the competitions, a total of 30 sets of medals will be played in various disciplines. The Champs' schedule is published on the ensib.ru website.