The final competition of the 2019/20 FIS Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup season, originally slated to take place as the Spindelruv Mlyn SnowJam from March 20-21, has been cancelled due to restrictions imposed by the Czech government over concerns regarding the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19.
The local organising committee in Spindleruv Mlyn alerted FIS to the fact that the Czech government would be reviewing for potential health risk all upcoming sport and cultural gatherings that could see 5000 or more individuals in attendence. With the emphasis put on the fan and spectator experience of the the SnowJam competition, the local organisers decided that it would not be feasible to hold the competition in light of the decisions taken by the Czech government.
While the situation remains fluid, the Spindelruv Mlyn event was set to be the last competition of the 2019/20 FIS Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup season. In light of this, it seems unlikely that a replacement venue can be found at this late stage of the season. However, an announcement will be made at a later date should a solution arise.