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  • Writer's pictureRaúl Revuelta

Calendar Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2022-2023

Updated: Mar 9, 2023

On Thursday 26th of May, the International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) announced the Alpine Ski World Cup calendar for the next season at the spring meeting in Milan.

The 2022-2023 Alpine Ski World Cup calendar includes a total of 42 women's individual races (40 after the cancellation of the Zermatt-Cervinia races) at 20 ski resorts, including 11 Downhills, 9 Super-Gs, 10 Giant Slaloms, 11 Slaloms, and 1 Parallel race. On the Men's side, 43 races (41 after the cancellation of the Zermatt-Cervinia Downhills) in 21 ski resorts have been scheduled, 14 Downhills, 8 Super-Gs, 10 Giant slaloms, 10 slaloms, as well as 1 Parallel event.


The highlight of the upcoming season will be the Alpine Ski World Championships in Courchevel-Méribel from February 6th to 19th. The program, as has already been the case for the past World Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, will be packed, i.e. with 13 races in 14 days, and will follow the same schedule as the previous 2021 World Championships, starting with the speed disciplines.

The French World Championships program includes two different venues, Meribel will host the women's races while Courchevel will host the men's.


Sölden, Austria, is scheduled to welcome again the opening of the 2022-2023 Audi FIS World Cup by hosting both the Women’s and Men’s Giant Slalom on the 22nd and 23rd of October.


One of the great new features of the coming season will be the 'Speed Opening Matterhorn-Cervinia', which will inaugurate the speed season with four downhill races (sic). The men’s tour will open this new exciting race that starts in Switzerland and ends in Italy on Saturday and Sunday 29th-30th of October followed by the women’s tour on the 5th and 6th of November. They will be the first cross-border race in the history of the World Cup.


The North American tour is extended and in addition to the traditional races in Lake Louise (CAN), Beaver Creek (USA), and Killington (USA), the World Cup will return to Palisades Tahoe* (USA) and Aspen (USA) with the men's tour after the World Championships.

For FIS President Eliasch this is a necessity: "Ski racing is big in the USA, but the FIS is not on schedule there as it should be", he said. “Interest in Europe for the World Cup is declining in March, but there is still a lot of interest in the USA. This is, therefore, a very good time to go there".


For the first time in 20 years, the Women's World Cup returns to Kviffjell (NOR) with speed races that will complete the Scandinavian tour together with Are (SWE) races after the World Championships.


As the last stop of the season, The Soldeu El Tarter sectors of Grandvalira will host the 25 best skiers in all alpine disciplines from the 13th to the 19th of March. It will be the second time that Grandvalira has organized the World Cup Finals, after having already done so in 2019.


The idea of ​​​​introducing the Alpine combination with a new mode was rejected. So there will continue to be combined competitions only at major events (World Championships, Olympics).


This is the calendar for the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2022-2023 Sölden (AUT)

October 22nd Giant Slalom / Women (cancelled) October 23dr Giant Slalom / Men


October 29th Downhill / Men (cancelled)

October 30th Downhill / Men (cancelled)


November 5th Downhill / Women (cancelled)

November 6th Downhill / Women (cancelled)

Lech-Zürs (AUT)

November 12th Parallel / Women

November 13th Parallel / Men

Levi (FIN)

November 19th Slalom / Women

November 20th Slalom / Women

Lake Louise (CAN)

November 25th Downhill / Men

November 26th Super-G / Men

November 27th Super-G / Men Killington (USA)

November 26th Giant Slalom / Women

November 27th Slalom / Women

Lake Louise (CAN)

December 2nd Downhill / Women

December 3rd Downhill / Women

December 4th Super-G / Women

Beaver Creek (USA)

December 2nd Downhill / Men (cancelled) December 3rd Downhill / Men

December 4th Super-G / Men


Sestriere (ITA)

December 10th Giant Slalom / Women

December 11th Slalom / Women

Val d'Isere (FRA)

December 10th Giant Slalom / Men

December 11th Slalom / Men


St. Moritz (SUI)

December 16th Downhill / Women December 17th Downhill / Women December 18th Super-G / Women

Val Gardena / Groeden (ITA) December 15th Downhill / Men (replaces Beaver Creek)

December 16th Super-G / Men December 17th Downhill / Men

Alta Badia (ITA) December 18th Giant Slalom / Men December 19th Giant Slalom / Men

Madonna di Campiglio (ITA) December 22nd Slalom / Men

Semmering (AUT)

December 27th Giant Slalom/ Women (replaces Sölden)

December 28th Giant Slalom/ Women

December 29th Slalom / Women

Bormio (ITA)

December 28th Downhill / Men

December 29th Super-G / Men


January 4th Slalom / Men


January 4th Slalom / Women

January 5th Slalom / Women


January 7th Giant Slalom / Women

January 8th Giant Slalom / Women

Adelboden (SUI)

January 7th Giant Slalom / Men

January 8th Slalom / Men

Flachau (AUT)

January 10th Slalom / Women

Wengen (SUI)

January 13th Super-G / Men

January 14th Downhill / Men

January 15th Slalom / Men

St. Anton (AUT) January 14th Super-G / Women (instead of the scheduled Downhill)

January 15th Super-G / Women

Kitzbühel (AUT)

January 20th Downhill / Men

January 21st Downhill / Men

January 22nd Slalom / Men

Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA) January 20th Downhill / Women (instead of the scheduled Super-G., replaces St. Anton)

January 21 Downhill / Women

January 22nd Super-G / Women

Kronplatz (ITA)

January 24th Giant Slalom / Women

January 25th Giant Slalom / Women (replaces Spindleruv Mlyn)


Schladming (AUT)

January 24th Slalom / Men

January 25th Giant Slalom / Men (replaces Garmisch Partenkirchen)


January 28th Slalom / Women (replaces Zagreb)

January 29th Slalom / Women


January 28th Downhill / Men (cancelled)

January 29th Giant Slalom / Men (cancelled)


January 28th Super-G / Men (replaces Lake Louise)

January 29th Super-G / Men (replaces Val Gardena)


Chamonix (FRA)

February 4th Slalom / Men

Courchevel Meribel (FRA) FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2023

February 6th to 19th Crans Montana (SUI)

February 25th Downhill / Women

February 26th Super-G / Women

February 25th Giant Slalom / Men

February 26th Slalom / Men


March 3rd Super-G / Women

March 4th Downhill / Women

March 5th Super-G / Women


Aspen (USA)

March 3rd Downhill / Men

March 4th Downhill / Men

March 5th Super-G / Men

Are (SWE) March 10th Giant Slalom / Women March 11th Slalom / Women

March 11th Giant Slalom / Men

March 12th Giant Slalom / Men Soldeu El Tarter (AD) WC FINALS 2023 March 15th Downhill / Women & Men

March 16th Super-G / Women & Men

March 17th Team Parallel / Mixed

March 18th Giant Slalom / Men

March 18th Slalom / Women

March 19th Giant Slalom / Women March 19th Slalom / Men


Alpine Ski World Cup Finals 2019. Soldeu, Grandvalira, Andorra
Soldeu-El Tarter, Grandvalira (Andorra), World Cup Finals 2019

*Until 2021, the resort was known as Squaw Valley, but changed its name due to the derogatory meaning of squaw to Native Americans and their allies. It was the host site for the 1960 Winter Olympics.

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