Follow the 2022/23 Women’s Alpine Skiing World Cup live

On this page you can follow all the women’s races of the Alpine Skiing World Cup in the 2022/23 season.

BREAKING BACK: Ragnhild Mowinckel was sidelined with a serious knee injury but returned last season and impressed with two top-six finishes at the Olympics.

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Who will lead the 2022/23 Alpine Skiing World Cup?

The Alpine Skiing World Cup started on November 19.

Mikaela Shiffrin USA won the overall World Cup standings last season. Sophie Goggia was better downhill, while Petra Vlhova collected the most points in slalom. Ragnhild Mowinkel was the best Norwegian in 4th place overall.

American Mikaela Shiffrin stands out with four World Cup victories and is once again the strong favorite to win the Alpine World Cup overall according to the odds. Shiffrin is also the girlfriend of Norwegian Aleksander Aamodt Kilde. There are no Norwegians among the top five favourites.

  1. Mikaela Shiffrin (USA)
  2. Sofia Goggia (Italy)
  3. Petra Vlhova (SVK)
  4. Wendy Holdener (Switzerland)
  5. Corinne Suter (Switzerland)

Ragnhild Mowinckel from Norway was the eighth biggest favorite to win overall before the season. Thea Louise Stjernesund was among the big favorites to win the parallel slalom category.

What television channel broadcasts alpine skiing?

Several chains share the rights to alpine skiing for the 2022/23 season. Viaplay, NRK and TV 2 will broadcast races.

NRK and TV2 broadcast races held in Norway, Austria and Switzerland. The first race on TV 2 will take place on December 16. NRK will only broadcast alpine skiing on January 10.

See the full list of terms below.

List of dates for the 2022/23 Women’s Alpine Skiing World Cup

19 – 20 November: Levi, Finland (Viaplay)

November 26 – 27: Killington, USA (Viaplay)

November 29 – December 4: Lake Louise, Canada (Viaplay)

December 10 – 11: Sestriere, Italy (Viaplay)

December 16 – 18: St. Moritz, Switzerland (TV 2)

December 27 – 29: Semmering, Austria (TV 2)

January 4 – 5: Zagreb, Croatia (Viaplay)

January 10: Flachau, Austria (NRK)

January 12 – 15: St. Anton, Austria (Viaplay)

January 18 – 22: Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy (Viaplay)

January 24: Kronplatz, Italy (Viaplay)

28 – 29 January: Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic (Viaplay)

February 23 – 26: Crans Montana, Switzerland (TV 2)

March 1 – 5: Kvitfjell, Norway (TV 2)

March 10 – 11: Åre, Sweden (Viaplay)

March 13 – 19: Soldeau, Andorra (Viaplay)

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