Swiss Nordic combined athlete Tim Hug has been awarded national team status for the 2017-18 season, but the country's ski jumpers have all missed out.
The Swiss Ski Association confirmed that Hug, who was 16th in the overall International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup standings last season, would begin the new campaign at the organisation's top level.
However, no ski jumpers have been given national team status, with three instead making up a secondary-level "A-team" for 2017-18.
This includes four-time Olympic champion Simon Ammann, with the 35-year-old the best Swiss jumper during last year's campaign.
However, he finished down in 29th position on the World Cup leaderboard.
It is the first time since 2002 that Amman has not been awarded the top level status.
He will be joined in the A-team by Gregor Deschwanden and Kilian Peier.
Tobias Birchler, Luca Egloff, Gabriel Karlen and Andreas Schuler are on the Swiss B-team.
The C-team consists of Sandro Hauswirth and Dominik Peter.
Berni Schoedler, Switzerland's head of ski jumping and Nordic combined, confirmed the selections along with his coaching staff.